Research* shows that children who are active and eat healthy:
* Center For Disease Control and Prevention, US Department of Health and Human Services
We teach one-hour long classes delivered over 8-10 weeks in schools and community centers, including those in low income communities and those for students with special needs. In our classrooms, students learn fruit and vegetable appreciation, how to read a recipe, cooking skills – and they have fun.
Trained instructors with a wealth of knowledge and experience in nutrition, the culinary arts, agriculture and elementary education lead our classes. Children are exposed to all aspects of food preparation and sanitation, learn about where our food comes from, master knife skills, learn to read and understand nutrition labels, and learn about heart health, diabetes prevention and much more.