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06
Jul

Plastic Free July

With the immediacy of a pandemic it can be easy to shift our attention away from the on-going climate crisis, but now more than where we need to do what we can to reduce single-use items. The pandemic has made this challenging in many ways, including in our food system. From temporarily banning BYOB (bring...
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03
Jul

A Dozen Local Food Heroes on What a Pandemic Teaches

Photo: British Columbians have responded with enthusiasm for local food during the public health crisis. Can we build on what we’ve learned, and make it stick? Photo: Jamil Rhajiak, UBC Farm. We asked: What has COVID-19 shown you about making our food system better? If there’s one thing the pandemic has taught all of us,...
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Chef Joshna Maharaj believes institutional food could be tasty and nourishing
02
Jun

Chef Joshna Maharaj believes institutional food could be tasty and nourishing

Photo: Joshna Maharaj’s book Take Back the Tray: Revolutionising Food in Hospitals, Schools and Institutions is a call-to-arms for chefs and administrators alike. (@joshnamaharaj/Twitter.com, ECW Press) Why hospital food is so bad and how we can make it better May 29, 2020 www.cbc.ca/radio/thesundayedition Is there anything more unappetizing than hospital food? The very mention of it...
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06
Mar

Developing a Farm to School Strategy to Grow Robust Farm to School Program

Photo: Maurita Prato, Executive Director of Lush Valley and co-facilitator for the first Farm to School Learning Circle guides participants through activities to stimulate conversation on goals and a vision. COMOX, VALLEY B.C. – Enhance and transform the current systems that influences how students eat and learn about food was the focus of the first Comox...
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Liberals set table for school-food program, warned to avoid top-down approach
12
Feb

Liberals Set Table for School-food Program, Warned to Avoid Top-down Approach

Photo: Students at Madison Crossing Elementary School in Canton, Miss., eat lunch in the school’s cafeteria on Friday, Aug. 9, 2019. The federal Liberals are being told to avoid creating a one-size-fits-all national school-food program.Rogelio V. Solis / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Joanne Bays, Farm to Cafeteria’s National Director, hit the ground running in with her first interview...
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04
Sep

Salad Bar Schools Receive Local Food Recognition in Quebec!

Photo: Équiterre Congratulations to our 9 salad bar grantees in Quebec, who were recently recognized by Aliments du Quebec (Quebec Products on the Menu). This initiative recognizes schools for procuring local food from within the province of Quebec. In order to be considered “local” food, and to be eligible for recognition, foods served must be comprised of at least 85% Quebec...
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Feed BC brings more B.C. food to Interior Health
20
Mar

Feed BC Brings More B.C. Food to Interior Health

A new initiative by the Ministry of Agriculture ensures more of the food served to patients at Interior Health facilities is from British Columbia. Feed BC is increasing the institutional procurement of food grown, harvested or processed by B.C. farmers, fishers and processors. “Feed BC is a game changer. It’s about working collaboratively to encourage,...
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Budget 2019: Canada gets a national food policy
20
Mar

Budget 2019: Canada Gets a National Food Policy

Canada’s long-awaited national food policy is getting $134.4 million over five years, on a cash basis, starting next year, the Trudeau government says. The policy, outlined in Budget 2019, will focus on tackling food waste, improving community access to healthy food, shining a spotlight on Canadian food both at home and abroad, and increasing food...
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Students Celebrate Agriculture Literacy Month with Farm to Fork Event
08
Mar

Students Celebrate Agriculture Literacy Month with Farm to Fork Event

Photo: Two Sun West Distance Learning Centre students looking at chickpeas as they tour the University of Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Greenhouses, to learn about how breeders take plants from the wild and turn them into something consumers can eat. (Photo courtesy: Lori Gasper) High school students enrolled with the Sun West Distance Learning Centre are taking a...
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06
Mar

Farm to School is Spreading its Roots in Canada

Photo: Salt Spring Elementary, Salt Spring ,BC … with 33 new schools across the country! Announcing the latest Farm to School Canada grant recipients Farm to Cafeteria Canada (F2CC) and the Whole Kids Foundation (WKF) are thrilled to announce 33 successful recipients from the 2018 round of Farm to School Canada grants.  Each of these schools...
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**October 20th is International Chef's Day,** a tribute to the profession of culinary arts! What better way than to share the beautiful posts from our partners and friends who are celebrating their cooks, chefs and kitchen volunteers who cook up delicious, healthy and local meals for students! #InternationalChefsDay #farm2schoolAujourd'hui, c'est la journée internationale des cuisiniers !🌟👨‍🍳Nous profitons de cette occasion pour remercier du fond du cœur l'implication et l'engagement de tous les cuisiniers qui participent aux différents programmes de La Tablée des Chefs. Des Brigades Culinaires, en passant par Cuisine ton avenir, jusqu'aux Cuisines Solidaires, votre contribution est essentielle à notre mission : nourrir et éduquer. 🧡Merci de faire la différence, une portion à la fois, un jeune à la fois.🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
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# **Teaching the Curriculum Through Food Video Series! 🥕📹 ****🎬 Farm to Cafeteria Canada and Growing Chefs! Ontario are proud to share our new Teaching the Curriculum Through Food video series.**These short (5-20 min) videos have been developed, in a partnership between our two organizations, to support and inform teachers and volunteers across Canada who are looking to bring food literacy into their classrooms and engage students through food.**🔎 Check out our first videos in the series!**www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/2021/10/teaching-the-curriculum-through-food/@growingchefsontario @SustainOnt #farm2school #schoolcurriculum #foodliteracy ... See MoreSee Less
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# **🥕📹 Enseignement des matières du programme scolaire avec l’alimentation grâce à une série de vidéos**🎬 C’est avec plaisir que De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada et Growing Chefs! Ontario vous présentent leur nouvelle série de vidéos Enseignement des matières du programme scolaire grâce à l’alimentation.Ces courtes vidéos de 5 à 20 minutes ont été créées dans le cadre d’un partenariat entre nos deux organisations. Elles ont pour but d’informer et de soutenir le personnel enseignant et les bénévoles de tout le Canada qui cherchent à présenter des notions de littératie alimentaire à leur classe et à motiver les élèves grâce à l’alimentation.🔎 Visionnez les premières vidéos de la série!www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/fr/2021/10/enseigner-des-matieres-programme-scolaire-avec-lalimentat...@growingchefsontario @SustainOnt #Delafermeàlécole ... See MoreSee Less
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