Chefs Move to Schools
September 11th, 2010 - By Fit Staff
Last summer, First Lady Michele Obama hosted 700 chefs on the White House Lawn. Chef Todd Gray of Equinox Restaurant in DC gave the keynote speech about his experience volunteering at Murch Elementary. He talks to Chef Jim Coleman about the Chefs Move to Schools program and childhood nutrition.
By Lari Robling - April 18th, 2012
High Tunnel farming caught my eye because its extended growing season adds to the amount of local produce we get. While farm manager Aviva Asher was tidying up the winter crop to make way for spring, I discovered another benefit of local growing: use what you’ve got.
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Philly Food Bucks!
Philly Food Bucks are coupons that help ACCESS/food stamp customers save money on fruits and vegetables. Philly Food Bucks can be redeemed for $2 worth of fruits and vegetables for every $5 spent in ACCESS/food stamps at a participating farmers' market. Learn more about Philly Food Bucks at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health's recently expanded web site Food Fit Philly.com. Now also accepted at the West Oak Lane Weaver's Way Food Coop.