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The following websites offer school officials, teachers, food service staff, parents, and students additional information on the main topics of the Eat Well & Keep Moving program. These websites are operated by the federal government, state governments, and nonprofit groups that health professionals consider to be reputable organizations. Eat Well & Keep Moving cannot vouch for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained on these sites. The mention of a website here does not mean that Eat Well & Keep Moving, the Harvard Prevention Research Center, or the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Heath endorses these organizations or their positions.

  • American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) Breakfast
    AICR is a nonprofit organization that sponsors research on diet and cancer. Its website offers healthy breakfast recipes that feature whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.

  • New Hampshire Department of Education and Department of Health and Human Services 5 A Day Quantity Recipe Cookbook
    This cookbook offers quantity- and family-size recipes, including breakfast recipes, featuring fruits and vegetables. The quantity recipes use USDA commodity foods and are kid tested.

  • Project Bread Let’s Prepare Healthy School Breakfast
    Project Bread aims to end hunger in children. This guide seeks to improve the nutrition content of breakfasts in schools. It includes menus, guidelines, product lists, and recipes.

  • Team Nutrition, USDA Healthy Meals Resource System (HMRS): School Breakfast Program
    Offering training and technical assistance to food service personnel who work in USDA child nutrition programs, the HMRS website includes recipes, food safety information, and a database of education and training materials for school nutrition staff.

  • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service Healthy School Meals Resource System (HSMRS) Recipes for Healthy Kids Cookbook
    This cookbook for schools emphasizes intake of vegetables, whole grains, and beans.