Your 2023 Child Nutrition Policy Year in Review
Procurement, or the process of specifying and buying food for schools, is an important step in serving healthy and delicious meals.
In this month’s policy update, we dive into the Kids Eat Local Act, changes to school nutrition standards, food and nutrition funding, and more.
Last week, a USDA official testified on school nutrition rollbacks, changes to the Community Eligibility Provision, and other proposed changes affecting food in school.
In honor of Pride Month, we asked a few LGBTQ staffers at FoodCorps how their identities shape and inform their work.
In Springfield, school officials are taking the long game toward changing kids’ eating habits.
FoodCorps staffer Josie Seid shares her inspiring poem about the warriors who paved the way.
Nearly 100 innovative leaders from across the country joined forces to launch reWorking Lunch, a new cross-sector initiative aimed at making healthier meals the norm for the 30 million kids who rely on school meals.
Medomak Middle School’s Community Market helps area families combat food insecurity by sending food home with students at the end of the week.
In Detroit, students learn hands-on lessons about food, nutrition, and environmental science through school garden programs.