California Thursdays: Bite-Sized Change

California Thursdays: Bite-Sized Change

A network of 15 innovative California school districts have piloted a "bite sized" implementation and marketing program to change school food for the better. Their goal is simple: get more freshly prepared, locally sourced food in school meals by starting with one meal, one day a week.

Go to California Thursdays to access their resources, including a minute-long video, infographic, recipes, success stories, and a way for California school districts to sign up and participate.

Districts in other states are starting similar programs, like Minnesota Thursdays in Minneapolis:.

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