Your 2023 Child Nutrition Policy Year in Review
Arizona service member Brooke Kahl and cafeteria staff coordinated “Try Day,” a new initiative at her school where students taste new, healthy foods every month and vote on whether to include them on the school’s menu.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro visited Paige Petit’s school in Middletown, Connecticut. Together, they led a black bean and corn salsa taste test with the students.
Second-graders at Boland Elementary School in Springfield, Massachusetts learned how to grow their own food with FoodCorps Service Member Kali Ransom.
FoodCorps service member Kali Ransom was awarded a national grant that funded the build-out of Boland Elementary School’s new school garden!
Sweetgreen co-founder Nathaniel Ru shares how the partnership with FoodCorps to reimagine school cafeterias aligns with sweetgreen’s mission to inspire healthier communities by connecting people to real food.
A group of states, led by New York, filed a lawsuit against the USDA’s rollbacks of school nutrition standards. FoodCorps’ Co-Founder and Chief Strategist, Cecily Upton, contributed a supportive statement for the New York Attorney General’s press release.