The 2019 CIA Healthy Kids Collaborative was held December 3-5. You can download an overview of the meeting here.
The CIA Healthy Kids Collaborative leverages the combined expertise and experience of members, corporate members, and invited content experts with the goals of discovering flavor and menu strategies, highlighting successes and best practices, and developing training protocols and resources. The Collaborative works collectively to explore culinary solutions to increase the availability and acceptance of healthy foods in schools, engage with leading suppliers and stakeholders to gain insights and ideas and to influence solutions, and share insights and solutions widely with school districts across the United States.
Presentations from the Healthy Kids Collaborative are accessable for members only. The Culinary Institute of America has provided members with a password to access the PDF files below. Forgot your password? Contact us and we'll resend it to you!
Includes the schedule, descriptions of all sessions, National School Nutrition Advisory Council member bios, information about presenters and chefs, and all recipes.
Sophie Egan, The Culinary Institute of America
Laura Jacobo, Woodlake Unified School District and Rachel Petraglia, Gwinnett County Public Schools
The Plant-Forward Work Group
The Staff Culinary Training Work Group
Colleen McClellan, Datassential
Matthew Poling, Weld County School District 6, and Stephen Menyhart, Boulder Valley School District
The Food and Nutrition Quality Work Group