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This US based report presents guiding principles and practical steps to help decision makers with a basis to understand and analyze effects, weigh trade-offs, and guide decision making within a complex food system.
This reference guide is intended to inform and encourage post-secondary institutions in developing food allergy policies and practices that support students who have food or other severe allergies and are at risk for anaphylaxis.
A joint statement published by Health Canada, Canadian Paediatric Society, Dietitians of Canada, and Breastfeeding Committee for Canada that outlines evidence-based nutrition recommendations for infants from six to 24 months.
This US-based toolkit provides a framework for developing land use policies that municipalities can tailor to promote and sustain urban agriculture in their communities.
This report aims to provide a better understanding of the circumstances that positively and negatively affect the access and use of high-protein traditional foods in early childhood programs for indigenous children.
This manual is a tool to teach basic cooking skills, kitchen safety and food safety to indigenous school-aged children.
Food Skills for Families is a hands-on curriculum based program that makes healthy eating, shopping and cooking easy, quick and fun. Diabetes Canada offers this successful six-session program to teach people how to make healthy meals, snacks and beverage choices and to gain confidence in the kitchen. Programs are delivered to targeted, at risk populations.
The intention of this how-to manual is to share lessons learned by the London Community Health Resource Centre from their community-based cooking program for at-risk youth, age 13-18. The goal is to facilitate knowledge transfer to like-minded community agencies interested in enhancing food literacy.
This Manitoba-based guide provides program planners with resources on how to implement a cooking program for children aged six to eleven.

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