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This report outlines three recommendations, formulated by a committee of experts, to create the conditions to enable Quebec schools to offer all young people the opportunity to develop their food and cooking competencies and experience the pleasure of healthy eating.
With the establishment of food literacy goals, the Ontario government aims to increase food literacy among Ontarians, and encourage collaboration and an ongoing food literacy conversation between government, industry and the public.
The Ontario Food and Nutrition Strategy was developed by a dedicated group of key actors with the goal of strengthening Ontario’s food systems and improving the health and well-being of Ontarians.
This synthesis report summarizes the findings of the World Resources Report Creating a Sustainable Food Future. It proposes a five-course menu of options that could allow the world to achieve a sustainable food future by meeting growing demands for food, avoiding deforestation, and reforesting or restoring abandoned and unproductive land—and in ways that help stabilize the climate, promote economic development, and reduce poverty.
This position paper from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics provides recommended benchmarks for early care and education programs to meet children’s nutrition needs and promote children’s optimal growth in safe and healthy environments. (Please note that this is an American resource. In Canada, nutrition standards should be based on Canada’s Food Guide.)
This primer discusses food deserts and food swamps and highlights some opportunities for action and collaboration between governments, public health, and business operators.
This US-based report documents some of the innovative ways that local leaders are combating a broken food system.
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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