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Time to curb our appetite for ultra-processed food
05
Déc

Les aliments ultra-transformés au banc des accusés

Une étude révèle que la moitié de l’apport calorique quotidien provient d’aliments ultra-transformés, et que les enfants en sont les principaux consommateurs Une nouvelle étude commandée par Cœur + AVC révèle que la consommation d’aliments ultra-transformés a atteint un niveau alarmant et qu’elle ne cesse d’augmenter au pays : près de la moitié des calories...
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Farm to Cafeteria Canada Factsheet
04
Déc

Feuillets d’information De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada

Cette série de deux feuillets d’information présente avec concision une mine de renseignements importants. Chaque document simple, formé de deux pages, est avant tout un outil de communication à l’intention des personnes qui connaissent peu le réseau De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada, son unicité et sa concordance avec le mouvement De la ferme...
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03
Déc

De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada est fier de piloter le mouvement national De la ferme à l’école

Ce guide décrit le mouvement De la ferme à l’école au Canada. On y présente des histoires de partout au pays, en attirant l’attention sur la diversité des modèles et des acteurs, de même que sur les raisons pour lesquelles tant de personnes sont attirées par cette approche. Le guide se veut une ressource pour...
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02
Déc

vidéo De la ferme à l’école : Le Canada, une terre fertile!

Cette vidéo évocatrice transmet les voix de champions et les images de réussite du mouvement De la ferme à l’école, qui est en rapide croissance au Canada. Elle met en évidence les mesures prises pour augmenter la présence d’aliments sains, locaux et durables dans l’esprit et dans l’assiette des élèves. Filmée en Colombie-Britannique, au Nouveau-Brunswick...
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Celebrating the impact of Nourishing School Communities
28
Nov

Nourrir l’avenir de nos écoles

Nourrir l’avenir de nos écoles a rassemblé des partenaires des quatre coins du pays qui souhaitaient concrétiser une vision : faire en sorte que les aliments sains et locaux soient plus présents dans l’esprit et dans l’assiette des élèves. L’objectif de cette initiative  fondée sur des données probantes était plus précisément de mettre en oeuvre et...
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St. Dominic Elementary School, Oakville, ON
06
Nov

Whole Kids Foundation and Farm to Cafeteria Canada Announce Largest Federally Supported Multi-sector Investment in National School Food Program

Photo: St. Dominic Elementary School, Oakville, ON More than $3.1 million to be invested in children’s nutrition Friday, November 3, 2017 – 8:00am NEWSROOM: Whole Foods Market Foundations CAMPAIGN: Whole Kids Foundation® CONTENT: Press Release VANCOUVER, BC, November 3, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Whole Kids Foundation and Farm to Cafeteria Canada announce the largest federally supported multi-sector investment...
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CONNECTING THE SEAMS OF PATIENT CARE THROUGH FOOD.
17
Oct

Connecting the Seams of Patient Care With Food

  When someone gets sick and goes to the hospital, they do not ­­see the healthcare system as parts but take a continuous personal journey through it. It doesn’t matter which hospital they enter or what treatment or services; patients tend to take in one overall experience towards recovery. However, when there are gaps, they...
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MP Julie Dabrusin, Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor, CPHO Dr. Theresa Tam,  Kim Herrington from Whole Kids Foundation,  and Joanne Bays from F2CC planting a tree at Norman Johnston Alternate School to celebrate Just Dig In.
17
Oct

Nouvelles du réseau De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada octobre 2017, numéro 7

DANS CE NUMÉRO : De la ferme à l’école : le Canada, une terre fertile: Annonce de financement important Mois De la ferme à l’école Canada 2017 / De la ferme à l’école : le Canada, une terre fertile! Programme de subventions De la ferme à l’école Canada : les 50 premiers récipiendaires racontent leur histoire Aliments locaux au menu public :...
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Conducting Food Origin Audits: a step-by-step guide
12
Oct

Conducting Food Origin Audits

A Step-by-Step Guide – St. Joseph’s Health System St. Joseph’s Heath System created a guide to help organizations and institutions conduct food origin audits. The guide includes steps involved in food origin audits, details, and examples for each of the steps, as well as useful tools, such as a template for a letter of endorsement....
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CPHO Dr. Theresa Tam,  MP Julie Dabrosin and  Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor learn about the incredible garden at Norman Johnston Alternate School from student Maddie Richards. 
11
Oct

Norman Johnston Digs In! to Launch New National Farm to School Program

Photo: MP Julie Dabrusin, Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor, CPHO Dr. Theresa Tam,  Kim Herrington from Whole Kids Foundation,  and Joanne Bays from F2CC planting a tree at Norman Johnston Alternate School to celebrate Just Dig In. 2017-2018 (Year 2) Norman Johnston Alternate School, Glouchester, ON Total Student Enrollment: 253 Norman Johnston (NJ) is an alternate high...
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Today is Family Literacy Day and this year's theme is: Learning in the Great Outdoors 🌱🍓🌳🏵️How perfect! Last fall we celebrated all the ways that farm to school is grounded in land-based learning. We have seen the healthy impacts of outdoor classrooms and we encourage hands-on-learning as part of the school curriculum! bit.ly/34iYnsgHow do YOU learn in the great outdoors?Check out resources and activities with Life Literacy Canada: abclifeliteracy.ca/all-programs/family-literacy-day/@abclifeliteracy #farm2school #landbasedlearning #outdoorclassrooms #handsonlearning ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

It has been 5 years since the launch of the Farm to School Canada Grant program. Incredibly, that program has now afforded more than 53,000 students in 133 schools right across Canada an opportunity to feast on healthy local foods at school.One of most important aspects of the grant program continues to be it's FLEXIBILITY, underpinned by the understanding that a cookie cutter approach to school food is NOT going to work in Canada. To close the distance between children, their food and their land, in this vast country with it’s diverse ecosystems and its multicoloured tapestry of people and food culture, the program needs to meet children, schools, and whole communities where they were at. It also needs to be developed, and driven by the community - the school and the local food system community.Today, if you visit any of these schools you will likely see a whole lot more than a salad bar. School greenhouses, gardens, farms, smoke houses, root cellars, kitchens, and/or dining areas are commonplace in recipient schools. And in these places, often the heartbeat of the school, you will likely see dozens of excited children happily digging in.I suppose this is why I am thrilled to see that F2CC and WKF have put out another call for proposals. Up to $10,000 per school is available. If your school has a vision, partners, and a plan, please send in a proposal. Deadline January 31, 2022. www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/our-work/farm-to-school-grants/ ... See MoreSee Less
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