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This backgrounder describes The Cook Up Some Fun! campaign which was developed to raise awareness among parents of children between the ages of 2-14 about the benefits of eating together regularly.
Based in the US, The Integrated Nutrition Education Program (INEP) is a creative and fun way for kids to learn about healthy eating in their classroom and to share what they learn with their families. A school-based nutrition curriculum program in the United States for low-income, multi-ethnic primary school children.
Revised and updated in 2011, this popular resource contains a series of educational lessons on healthy eating and nutrition for nutrition educators to incorporate into existing and developing programs.
A US-based program to increase knowledge of sustainably produced plant-based foods.
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.

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