A look at how Farm to School initiatives in Canada align with the new Canada’s Food Guide 

This resource was developed to look and feel like the new Canada’s Food Guide . Developed to be shared at the National Farm to School Conference held in May, this fact sheet showcases some preliminary results from the Farm to School: Canada Digs In! evaluation, and demonstrates how a Farm to School Approach can support Canadian students to eat well and live well using a self-serve salad bar model.  

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Farm to School Food Guide (Print)

Farm to School Food Guide (Online)

 

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