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New White House Program Pairs Chefs With Schools To Improve Student Nutrition

June 4, 2010: 09:47 PM EST
First Lady Michelle Obama has launched the “Chefs Move to Schools” program, a nationwide initiative to involve chefs in improving the nutrition of school lunch menus. The program, led by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, pairs chefs with participating schools in their communities to create healthy meals that meet dietary guidelines and budgets. Another goal is to teach young people about nutrition and making balanced, healthy choices. ConAgra Foods sous chef Evan Brockman joined other chefs at the White House to inaugurate the program. "By helping schools create healthier menus and programs that give children the tools they need for lifelong healthy habits, I believe chefs like me can make a real difference," Brockman said.
"ConAgra Foods Chef Volunteers for the First Lady's "Chefs Move to Schools" Initiative ", ConAgra, June 04, 2010, © ConAgra Foods, Inc
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