“We’ll use it as an outdoor classroom to teach our students that today’s plastic bottle can help nurture tomorrow’s school garden. This is a great example of Expanded Learning thinking outside the classroom.” For the second straight year, the American Chemistry Council is sponsoring an installation of a “green garden” at an LA’s BEST school garcinia cambogia site. Last year, elected officials joined ACC and community members to enhance gardens at Hooper Avenue and Los Feliz elementary schools. The project aims to encourage young people to help protect the planet by recycling every day, at home and at school. “We want to inspire future generations to practice healthy habits,” said Steve Russell, vice president of plastics for the American Chemistry Council. “You’re never too young to learn to recycle everyday items like water bottles, yogurt cups, wraps and bags.
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Watsonville market makeover promotes healthy eating

Using behaviour change methods, Food Dudes aim to increase childrens consumption of fruit and vegetables and decrease the intake of sweet and fatty foods. The new programme is being piloted by a year four class at St Vincents RC primary school which, along with Tatton MP George Osborne, was demonstrated to Cheshire East councillor Rachel Bailey. I announced at the Autumn Statement last week the launch of free school meals to key stage one school children, said Mr Osborne. So its great to see today a local school and a local organisation, in my own constituency in Tatton, running a programme designed to encourage children to make healthy eating choices.
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Food Dudes trial healthy eating initiative (From Knutsford Guardian)

Besides, he said, his own doctor told him to start eating better to combat high cholesterol. So he knows he’s serving his customers by offering healthier options. “Anything we can do to promote healthy eating is going to benefit everyone in the community,” he said. Marketing is key to changing eating patterns, said Dina Izzo of BluDog Organic Produce Services. United Way brought Izzo in as a consultant to improve the look and organization of the store. Crowded aisles were cleaned up. Racks of fresh produce were given a prominent position up front.
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