Chefs help craft healthier school lunches with local food

(Photo) On his first day on the job as director of food and nutrition for Baltimore City Schools, chef Tony Geraci brought in 40,000 pounds of tree-ripened, Maryland-grown peaches for students. Full Story »

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Katie Stewart
by Katie Stewart - Mar. 8, 2011

This article is very cool, in the way that one person has made such an impact to the community. Tony Geraci has transformed a the nutrition for Baltimore City Schools. He has created a healthy menu for child who receive free lunches provided by the school. He also brings fresh vegetables and fruits to the menu that he brings from his own farm. He has allowed students who might other wise never taste fresh health food before and experience that shapes healthy eating habits. All in all ... More »

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