As you grab a box of cereal in the market, have you ever wonder if food companies are merely focused on making money thus eradicating their obligation to instruct consumers, particularly children with proper nutrition?
While the survival of their businesses is the main concern of these companies, some of them went an extra mile to promote good nutrition to the community. By discovering these companies who are concerned enough on our welfare, we can somehow help their businesses to grow larger so they can lend out their hands to us even more. After all, it is always worth helping those who took the time to help us as well.
By searching for American food companies that works to promote programs for the proper education of kids regarding food nutrition, the company behind the delicious Cliff Bar entered the scene.
Do you know that they have a mobile classroom roaming around for the Playgrounds Re-Imagined Tour? They’re aim to allow the kids to celebrate the natural playgrounds and look for means on how kids can be instructed to take the responsibilities of protecting the places where they play. The tour would combine environmental education, outdoor recreation, science, art, music, adventure, film, food, and nutrition.
The famous Kellogs also have their L.A.U.N.C.H program which stands for Learning and Understanding Nutrition Choices and Health. This is a program designed to allow kids realize the need for healthy eating habits, positive self esteem, and physical activity. Furthermore, the program is created with entertaining manners on how kids can better explore healthy living habits.