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December Kids Eat Right Everyday Heroes

YaQutullah Ibraheem Muhammad, MS, RDN, LD (Georgia)

Sharing the Tossed Treasures presentation with high school students at my former school in Atlanta, Ga. was a real treat and blessing. The students were eager to learn, participate and volunteer answers during the presentation. It really made we realize how much we have to share with those who come after us and the impact that we all have on our environment.

Janie Xiong, RD (California)

I had the opportunity to deliver a presentation using the Tossed Treasures toolkit on November 13, 2016. The toolkit was easy to use and understand. My audience was excited to learn many things they did not know before.

Lisa Zatcoff, DTR (Arizona)

I enjoyed presenting the “Tossed Treasures” toolkit to eager groups of teens. This was a group of teens that did not realize just how much food they and others waste. As the toolkit was presented they really had an awakening and offered many ideas on how they could change the way they and their family handle food. The groups were most surprised on how wasted food also impacted the environment.

2016-11-29T11:32:49+00:00