In 2012, The Food Literacy Center worked with the California legislature to declare September as Food Literacy Month. The goal was to raise awareness about cooking and nutrition education for kids.
Last year, The Food Literacy Center shifted its cooking and nutrition curriculum to online distance learning as schools closed and redirected to online learning. In addition, FLC started collaborating with other nonprofits to identify the most vulnerable families and began fresh produce distributions at the schools they serve.
This year, The Food Literacy Center is returning to in-person classes, in addition to distributing recipe kits to students and families so they can cook healthy meals at home together.
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