Crap: it's what's for school lunch. But does it have to be? Not long ago or far away, there was a great and mighty kingdom that was the envy of all other kingdoms in the world. The kingdom was home to two groups of people, the Big People and the Little People. The Big People had many jobs and responsibilities, but foremost among these was their unalterable duty to care for the wellbeing of the Little People above all else. The Little People had only one responsibility, to follow the advice of the Big People so that they, too, could …
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Kate Adamick is a New Yorkâ€“based consultant and lecturer on food systems and school food reform. She is an advisor to The Orfalea Foundations in California, The Colorado Health Foundation, and The Childrenâ€™s Health Foundation in Colorado.
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