Your 2023 Child Nutrition Policy Year in Review
School meals for all, the future of CNR, supply chain progress, and other updates this month from our policy team.
Free school meals for all kids are critical. Here’s why they make such a big difference for kids and families.
50 senators joined Sen. Stabenow and Sen. Murkowski in sponsoring the “Support Kids Not Red Tape Act of 2022.”
MacKenzie Scott has announced her next round of donations and FoodCorps is proud to have been selected as a recipient.
In a move that took advocates by surprise, universal free school meal programs, initially introduced as the pandemic began, were not included in the $1.5 trillion spending bill passed by the Senate.
Congress’s latest omnibus spending bill did not contain funding for the USDA school meals waivers at the expense of millions of children.
Through Magia de Maíz, FoodCorps service member Luis Ramos and local chef Mateo Herrera teach students about Indigenous food traditions.
If you need support around body image, here are some resources you can turn to.
Dr. Robert S. Harvey will serve as FoodCorps’ first president, working closely with FoodCorps’ CEO to co-lead the organization.
The additional funding will provide more of the flexibility schools need to ensure they can source high-quality ingredients.