New Brunswick
This October, to mark Farm to School Month theme: Think&EatLocal@School we are putting the spotlight on amazing local food initiatives happening across New-Brunswick! Gardening programs, school gardens, salad bars, cooking lessons and local food feasts are hitting the ground running and showing students how to enjoy and grow a variety of local products. In Memramcook,...
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Cafeteria Video
‘Cafeteria’ is devoted to improving our children’s school menus. Your work is so important, so basic. ‘Cafeteria’ has won 3 awards: Best acadian short film at the Festival international du cinema francophone en Acadie 2015 in Moncton, NB Best franco-canadian film at the Rendez-vous du Cinema québécois 2015 in Montreal, QC Prix du public Radio-Canada...
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F2S salad bars take root in New Brunswick
Salad bars in schools. An oxymoron?  Not in the US where the 4000th school salad bar was granted earlier this year.  As part of Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move campaign, over $10 million in salad bar equipment and training has been provided to US schools. Farm to Cafeteria Canada (F2CC) is championing the same model in...
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This new report from New Brunswick’s Ministry of Healthy Inclusive Communities highlights a dozen initiatives in schools, campuses, hospitals and First Nations working hard to that are getting more fresh healthy local foods into the minds and mouths of students and patients. Read the full report here.
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NOURISHING FOOD, NOURISHING KNOWLEDGE Report on the Forum on Food Security and Nutrition among First Nations Communities in New Brunswick
First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) are among Canada’s most vulnerable populations and face a unique set of challenges related to nutritious food access, availability and use compared to the majority of Canadians. As a consequence, FNMI are at a much higher risk of household food insecurity. For the past 19 years, Canadian Feed The...
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New Brunswick doctors, dietitians release school menu analysis
After compiling and analyzing the contents of over one hundred school menus from around the province as part of their second Make Menus Matter project, New Brunswick’s doctors and dietitians are releasing their findings to the public. Read More… Click here for the full report. 01/25/2015 New Brunswick Medical Society
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Media Release: New Brunswick doctors, dietitians recognize exceptional school food with ‘Where to Eat’ guide
A week after releasing an in-depth analysis of school cafeteria menus from around the province, New Brunswick’s doctors and dietitians are recognizing schools serving exceptional food with a “Where to Eat” guide. The guide is the final component of this year’s Make Menus Matter project, undertaken jointly by the New Brunswick Medical Society and NB...
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      The first of a series of Canadian Farm to School Conversations brought to you by Farm to Cafeteria Canada and Nourishing School Communities. Join our Farm to School leaders as they provide their insights and perspectives into running a successful Farm to School Soup and Salad bar program. When: Wednesday, December 3, 2014 Time: 3:30-4:30 PM  (Atlantic Standard Time) (WEBINAR...
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All Smiles For Farm to School, Notre Dame Elementary School, Edmunston, NB / Petits visages souriants pour célébrer le Mois De la ferme à l’école, école élémentaire Notre-Dame, Edmundston, N.-B.
Photo: All Smiles for Farm to School, at Ecole Notre Dame. in Edmunston NB New Brunswick (October 15, 2014) – This October as part of Canada’s first national Farm to School Month Campaign, the Heart and Stroke Foundation is announcing exciting school and after-school healthy local food initiatives in New Brunswick. Starting this fall, various...
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Harvesting Potatoes at Bernice MacNaughton High School, Moncton NB / Récolte de pommes de terre, école secondaire Bernice MacNaughton, Moncton, N.-B.
Photo: Potato Harvet at Bernice MacNaughton High School in Moncton NB When Rachel Schofield Martin first took on the job of running her school’s cafeteria, one of her biggest challenges was distribution. She had the approval of her administration, the support of her school board, and the cooperation of her cook. She even had farmers...
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A New Crunch in School Lunch: BC Farm to School Salad Bar Guide.
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