Here's an encouraging story of how one charter school in D.C. has managed to serve really healthy food to their kids. The school's founder and chef explain how this was achieved with the help of a "small, superbly effective" nonprofit with funding from Kaiser Permanente, equipment donated by Whole Foods, and some money in the stimulus bill. Also, the time is right for making improvements in child nutrition:
Thanks to the first lady, improving school lunches has shot up to the top of the nutrition agenda in Washington, which makes this a good time to apply for grants.
Photo by Lisa Dobbs.Posted by Susan Harris on March 7, 2010 at 4:45 am, in the category Eat This.