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School Lunch From Scratch
Kirk Conrad, chef, school lunchOver the last 50 years the number of American children who are overweight and obese has tripled, with about 30% of kids now falling into one of those categories.

So how do you tackle the problem? The key may lie in programs like The Chef Initiative, now spreading across Massachusetts — an experiment that figured: if you can change what kids eat in school, you might be able to change everything.

Guests:
  Juliana Cohen, research fellow at Harvard School of Public Health
  Ellen Parker, Executive Director at Project Bread
  Chef Kirk Conrad, Project Bread’s Chef in Residence

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