Universal, healthy school food programs help to level the playing field ensuring all students have access to nutritious food, which in turn supports their learning.
national food strategy
A new report from Food Secure Canada gives a public recipe for a better food system.
Participants agreed that all Canadians have the right to food, as an essential part of enjoying their right to an adequate standard of living, as recognized in international law.
Canada does not have a food stamp program. Canada does not have a national school breakfast or lunch (or supper or brunch or snack) program. Why?
How can we massage the food/child issue to see it as a national issue? - See more at: http://foodsecurecanada.org/resources-news/blogs-discussions/food-and-children-national-issue#sthash.zpqY6twp.dpuf
Food Secure Canada has been watching the Conference Board of Canada's progress on its "Canadian Food Strategy." This work has been under way since 2010 and is about to be unveiled at a third Summit.