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Announce Date: October 8, 2009
TheLunchBox.org Aims to Improve School Lunches in America
TheLunchBox.org Aims to Improve School Lunches in America
The Lunch Box is a project of the F3: Food Family Farming Foundation. The Lunch Box is a toolbox for improving school lunchrooms. The site is loaded with practical resources to make it easier for you to make great, wholesome food to keep our kids fueled for learning and living.
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URL: http://thelunchbox.org

The Lunch Box is a web-based portal that enables all schools and school districts to make a healthy difference for all children in America by providing relevant information and the pragmatic tools necessary to make good food available for all kids.

The Lunch Box is in beta mode. When fully functional, it will provide the multi-faceted approach necessary to transition any processed food based K-12 school meal program to a whole foods environment where food is procured regionally and prepared from scratch for the student population. As a free resource, The Lunch Box will provide the essential “tools” for examining, learning about, and implementing this type of healthy meal program. From the “why” to the “how to,” The Lunch Box will offer a complete menu of choices for those seeking to implement program change in their schools and districts.

The Lunch Box is a project of the F3: Food Family Farming Foundation. We believe all children must have access to healthy food to grow their bodies, minds and future. We must feed their knowledge while also providing wholesome sustenance to their physical needs. The tools for feeding such change must be equally available to all schools no matter their geography, budget or situation. The relationship children have with food will evolve into a virtuous circle benefiting not just themselves but our society as a whole.

The Lunch Box Project continues to add tools, builds community engagement and champions for school food change. Analysis of beta site informs the development of the site 1.0 and future iterations.

Posted by Eric Ward on 10/08/09

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