Monthly Archives: March 2012

@Peach_SF Weekly Twitter Update for 2012-03-25

Bright idea! Students choosing a healthy #schoollunch get to ring a bell in the cafeteria; lunch participation doubles http://t.co/m6ebN8yn # Berkeley school gardening, cooking programs face cuts http://t.co/JNPi4iHe #schoolgarden # Here's what happens when parents and school nutrition directors work … Continue reading

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@Peach_SF Weekly Twitter Update for 2012-03-18

Good to see the next generation embracing the cause Building a School-Based Local Food System http://t.co/UIqWtx40 #fooddesert # Sad but true: In CA, "At every level of public education,constant budget cuts are decimating once-great institutions" http://t.co/ANIibdT1 # @writerknowles Can you … Continue reading

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@Peach_SF Weekly Twitter Update for 2012-03-11

Cafeteria Man filmmaker: it took 50 years to f**k up #schoolfood — why would it take 2 years or 5 years to fix it? http://t.co/CTWaRPE9 # Why we shouldn't expect new school meal standards to be sole solution to our … Continue reading

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@Peach_SF Weekly Twitter Update for 2012-03-04

Genetically modified labeling is topic of petition; Marion Nestle explains why you should care http://t.co/PTY6i2kC #GMO # Healthy school lunch company charges $5 per meal, while govt. free lunch subsidy is less than $3. http://t.co/X4G8Xzy5 #schoollunch # Parents, public excluded … Continue reading

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