Reheated frozen chicken nuggets, mushy green beans, and jello have long been staples in many school cafeterias. But the times they are a changin’. Efforts are being made across the U.S. to bring fresh, local foods to kids at school. Today, on Worldview’sEcoMyths segment, Liz Soper of Eco-Schools USA gives the fresh facts.
Monday food diaryIt is nearly impossible to eat three balanced meals on $5 a day.Even though I came in just under my budget, I was hungry most of the day.In hindsight, I should’ve prorated food items based on consumption to buy additional products.I combined breakfast and lunc
Every September, hunger groups ask politicians, community leaders and journalists to take a break in their normal diet and try to live on $5 a day, or the amount allowed for users of food stamps (officially known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP).