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The Angry Moms Ning Network provides you with tools to find and communicate with other advocates in your school district and around the world. You can upload and synchronize calendar events and share valuable resources such as files, media, links or other information helpful to supporting your efforts. For more information about the movie, Two Angry Moms, and the book, Lunch Wars, visit


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Lean and Green Kids Mission

Started by Barbara Cole Gates. Last reply by Barbara Cole Gates Dec 9, 2014. 3 Replies

Hello awesome parent activists, Lean and Green Kids is a 501c3 non profit with the mission to empower kids to lead their best lives, while helping save the planet - with whole, organic, plant-based…Continue

Farm To School Program

Started by Eugene. Last reply by jenette tuada Dec 8, 2014. 1 Reply

Hello,  We have a program that is really cool.  I would like to see more schools enroll and participate and get fresh local…Continue

Want to change the school before we start

Started by Brooke Mascitti. Last reply by Amy Kalafa May 22, 2013. 4 Replies

Hi! I am so new to this it is unbelievable. I have been reading about what is in our food, how it is made and all the fun health consequences they are now discovering that goes along with this. Like…Continue

Incorporating a fitness anf nutrition class at school for kids

Started by Amanda Glaus Oct 24, 2012. 0 Replies

Is anyone out there that has incorporated a fitness and health class for anafter school program? I know the focus is on bringing healthy snacs etc.. into school but they dont want to touch what we…Continue

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    The Real Food Project {My Journey to Eliminate Highly Processed Foods in 2014}

    Posted by Rebekah Griffin-Gamble on January 15, 2014 at 1:58pm 0 Comments

    I’ve often read that as you get older allergies get worse. My system , thoroughly taxed throughout my youth, teen , and early twenties has obviously had enough and begun to rebel against me.

    Lately I feel like I am allergic to everything. I feel like I’ve turned into one of those people I used to make fun of who are allergic to everything under the sun and make waiters and waitresses lives hell. I now…


    Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead

    Posted by Amy Kalafa on June 10, 2013 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

    Fat Sick and Nearly Dead


    There are so many recent documentaries in the food and health category that you can get a bit overwhelmed trying to decide which ones are worthwhile.  And now that we can watch instant Netflix on our Apple TV, there’s such a plethora of exciting viewing options that I have to forcibly limit my screen time.   So I have to admit, I hadn’t gotten around to this one until I was contacted by one of the project’s representatives, Karen Mahmud.  I remembered…


    Deconstructing a Nutri-Grain Bar - Guest Post by Rachel Khanna

    Posted by Amy Kalafa on May 15, 2013 at 1:27pm 0 Comments

    The other day, one of my daughters brought home a snack that she had purchased at the supermarket after school.  It was a Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Cereal Bar. Not being a big fan or packaged snacks, I happened to pick up the wrapper to see how healthy this snack is before she popped it into her mouth.


    The package is lovely, with lots of berries and whole grains.  There was also an added note telling me that there was no “high fructose corn syrup” and that this product…



    Posted by Amy Kalafa on March 11, 2013 at 5:09pm 0 Comments

    Did you know that federal regulations governing school food don’t apply to the snack and junk food sold in your school’s cafeteria and vending machines?  That is about to change. The USDA will soon announce guidelines for “competitive” foods sold in schools – that is, all the food that competes with school meals, which are already regulated by the National School Lunch Program.  A USDA Press release touts these highlights from the “Smart Snacks in School” new standards:

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