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Introducing our Mid-South Partners!

Introducing our Mid-South Partners! In 2022, Eat Real, along with partners Communities Unlimited and Healthy Flavors, received a USDA Farm to School Grant to strengthen farm-to-school programs throughout the Mid-South region of Tennessee and Arkansas. Communities Unlimited is a nonprofit based in Arkansas that has been working tirelessly over the last five decades to strengthen rural … Read more

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Eat Real featured on the Huberman Podcast with Dr. Robert Lustig

Eat Real featured on the Huberman Lab Podcast with Dr. Robert Lustig Dr. Robert Lustig was a featured guest in the Huberman Podcast, the #1 health podcast in the world in the categories of Science, Education, and Health. The episode highlights the role of sugar in gut health and metabolic disease in adults and children. … Read more

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Healthy Meals for Kids: A New Framework for School Meals in California

We’re starting off the new year by celebrating a historic win in California that’s establishing a new model for children’s nutrition across the nation.  Senate Bill 348, otherwise known as Healthy Meals for Kids, proposed by California Senator Nancy Skinner, was signed into law at the end of 2023 and started taking effect this month. … Read more

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Pajaro Valley Unified is Eat Real Certified!

Eat Real is excited to announce that Pajaro Valley Unified School District (PVUSD) is Eat Real Certified! Based in the Watsonville area—known as the salad bowl of California—Pajaro Valley connects with local farmers to bring the abundance of their surroundings to the nearly 20,000 students across their 33 schools.  Collaboration with nonprofit partners such as … Read more

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Capistrano Unified is Eat Real Certified!

Eat Real is proud to announce that Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD) is Eat Real Certified, the first district in Southern California to do so! Headquartered in Orange County, CUSD serves 42,000 students and has achieved our green tier certification. The ninth largest district in the state (out of over 1,000 districts), CUSD is the … Read more

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