@Peach_SF Weekly Twitter Update for 2011-08-14

  • FEMA's Emergency Food & Shelter Nat'l Board program cuts off SF County emergency shelters and Food Bank without a dime
    http://t.co/1bAkJ1i #
  • Rural residents eat fewer fruits and veggies
    http://t.co/QPUWG07 #
  • @marionnestle – thanks for watching and tweeting! RT #Schoolfood videos from Peaches. Fun to watch and useful! http://t.co/YRq17P9 #
  • Is U.S. Farm Policy Feeding The Obesity Epidemic?

    On average, less than one in five dollars consumers spend on… http://fb.me/Jy3xRpIi #

  • Is U.S. Farm Policy Feeding The Obesity Epidemic?

    http://t.co/NqkP4Ef #

  • Senators: HFCS is being 'significantly mischaracterized'

    http://t.co/mdxcNEW #

  • Latest on school food in San Francisco http://t.co/JKbza7k #
  • California's "Blueprint for Great Schools" report; nutrition/physical activity included, but does it go far enough?
    http://t.co/tM73rEp #
  • How budgets limit school district choices for meals http://fb.me/18H9WVmD4 #
  • Corn dogs and "potato smiles" and cinnamon rolls – oh my! Where would you start improving your local school food menu? #
  • CA Farmers Market Consortium helps public assistance recipients to double their benefits when buying fruits & veg
    http://t.co/2t3YP1a #
  • Portland (Maine) takes aim at sugary drinks
    http://t.co/dqgoRat #
  • August is National Peach Month and August 7-13 is National Farmer's Market Week; celebrate with these great recipes
    http://t.co/bfxbPJI #
  • Mass. school district considers offering only sandwich & milk to students owing money for last year's school lunches http://fb.me/Odx6jrU1 #
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