The Upscale Grocery Chain Helping Kids Grow Gardens and Eat Salad – Public Health | Grants | Fundraising – Inside Philanthropy

Whole Foods, sometimes better known as Whole Paycheck thanks to the bite of its high prices, likes to think of itself as a responsible corporation with a particular interest in healthy eating. Through one of their foundations, the Whole Kids Foundation, they are helping to address better eating in schools in several significant ways—by funding school gardens and school salad bars, and by providing nutritional education to teachers.

via The Upscale Grocery Chain Helping Kids Grow Gardens and Eat Salad – Public Health | Grants | Fundraising – Inside Philanthropy.

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