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This infographic depicts the eleven interconnected attributes of food literacy, organized into the categories of food and nutrition knowledge, food skills, self-efficacy and confidence, food decisions, and other ecologic (external) factors.
The Call to Action for Healthy Eating provides a rationale for and illustrates how food literacy can be used as a comprehensive, evidence-informed framework when planning, implementing, and evaluating programs and services that address healthy eating.
This toolkit, consisting of a manual and two webinar recordings, provides lesson plans, recipes, and evaluation materials used in the Forest Meets Farm program. This program consisted of a series of four local food literacy workshops designed for four northern Ontario high schools.
This toolkit provides educators and parents with strategies to increase vegetables, fruit and water consumption among school-aged children. Strategies target multiple levels of influence including students’ and parents’ attitudes and knowledge, classroom and school level social and physical environments as well as school policies. This toolkit was designed to support The Foundations for a Healthy School resource.
The purpose of the Student Nutrition Program Nutrition Guidelines is to help to model the most healthful breakfast, morning meal, lunch and snack foods for children and youth participating in Ontario Student Nutrition Program.
The Alberta Nutrition Guidelines for Children and Youth were developed to help assist in creating an environment which provides and promotes healthy food choices and healthy attitudes about food. Please note that in Ontario, schools must comply with PPM 150: School Food and Beverage Policy.
The goal of this toolkit is to provide awareness, education and make available resources to encourage nutritious food choices in recreation facilities where families live, learn and play.
This resource package was developed to support community members and health promotion partners to take action to create healthier food environments in recreation settings across Ontario.
The Paint Your Plate toolkit was developed by Ontario Dietitians in Public Health (ODPH) for child care settings in Ontario to support the implementation of the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014. The goal of this toolkit is to make it easier for young children to enjoy vegetables and fruit every day and complements ODPH’S Menu Planning & Supportive Nutrition Environments in Child Care Settings Practical Guide.

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