Author Janet Poppendieck joined us to discuss school lunch policy reform and history, and how society is impacted by the federal school lunch program.
Earth Eats fans weighed in with their two cents about how to put healthier food choices (that they will actually eat!) into your kids' lunchboxes.
On Thursday, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Child Kids Act passed by unanimous consent in the Senate.
There may still be hope for the Improving Nutrition for America’s Children Act to have an impact on students starting school in the fall.
The House and Senate of Massachusetts passed a bill last week banning the sale of junk food in public schools.
Food service giant Sodexo settled with the state of New York over complaints that it had been overcharging public schools for five years.
On Thursday, the House Committee on Education and Labor held a full committee hearing to discuss the "Improving Nutrition for America’s Children Act."
Celebrity chefs taking on the challenges of school lunch is becoming a bona fide trend!
Earth Eats contributor Cory Barker looks back at the first season and asks whether or not Jamie Oliver's "Food Revolution" should return for a second season
On Thursday, June 3 author Janet Poppendieck joined us to discuss her new book "Free For All: Fixing School Food in America"
"Mrs. Q" is an anonymous elementary school teacher in the Midwest who has resolved to eat school lunches every day in 2010 and document her experience.
Some environmentalists have decried the reallocation of funds from conservation programs to support child nutrition programs.
Chef Jamie Oliver's new television show, "Food Revolution," premieres tonight on ABC, but the show has already met with cynicism from comics and critics
Earth Eats rounds up a big list of some of our favorite tweeters that we've grown to love in our time on Twitter.
Earth Eats has compiled a list of our favorite Facebook pages that are great tools for learning more about food and sustainability online.
The announcement of Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" initiative has re-invigorated the school lunch debate among bloggers and the mainstream media.
While big names talk about our responsibility to better the diets of America's children, some of America's children are taking the responsibility on themselves.