Cooking Light: Robyn Wardell stepped up to help kids in Flint, MI grow fresh food

by Kimberly Holland

America’s Millennials have made food their cause. First, they’re just into it: 40% of people in their 20s are self-described foodies, according to one survey. Second, as a generation fired up about local and global issues, they care about where food comes from and making sure everyone has access to it.

Twenty-three-year-old Robyn Wardell, left, spent this year working with kids in Flint, Michigan, as part of the debut brigade of FoodCorps, an organization that sends young Americans into schools to promote healthy eating (and a charity Cooking Light supports).

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(this piece also appears in the November print issue of Cooking Light magazine).