Compact Mobile Kitchen Encourages Nutrition Education for Young Students

Compact Mobile Kitchen Encourages Nutrition Education for Young Students

The Charlie Cart Project brings hands-on cooking to the classroom with equipment, recipes and lesson plan offerings

Simone Spilka
  • 15 january 2015

The lack of food education and expanding childhood obesity are seen as common American issues. The accessibility of fast food, candy and soda to children at school continues to raise concern. Congruently, parents without food knowledge themselves are incapable of passing on healthy living skills to their growing children.

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