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“Spoons Across America is on a mission to get kids healthy. They start with education and better food choices, then move on to getting the kids active in the kitchen. Spoons Across America food literacy educator Lily Zaballos joined Richard to share more details about how they make learning fun.”
To watch the video on Fox 40 News click here.
First Aired: April 9, 2021
“The battle to get your kids off their screens is harder than ever right? Well Spoons Across America might become your saving grace. Katherine Boulud explains how it all works and why this kind of educational program is so important right now. “
To watch the video on Seattle’s New Day Northwest click here.
First Aired: April 7, 2021
“Spoons Across America was started 20 years ago by a group of educators, chefs and food professionals. Instead of teaching kids what foods are healthy, the program teaches kids to become inquisitive eaters. ‘We help them to see and try new foods as a healthy exploration or a fun project you can embark on with your whole family,’ said Spoons Food Educator Lily Zaballos.”
To watch the video on Fox 5 Las Vegas click here.
Published on: March 16, 2021
“Spoons Across America helping families live healthier. Spoons Across America, is a non-profit organization that wants kids to live better & healthier. The organization has recently launched a virtual at-home early culinary program … for children in the comfort of their own kitchen. “
To watch the video on Fox 2 News click here.
First Aired: March 7, 2021
“Spoons Across America is a pioneering nonprofit that develops and fields a comprehensive curriculum of proprietary, experience-based food education programs, and believes the best way to encourage better nutrition among children is to engage all their senses and feed their natural curiosity. Spoons Across America trustee Katherine Gage Boulud, joins Gayle Guyardo on Bloom, with how kids can get involved with the organization.”
To read the article and watch the video on Bloom click here.
First Aired: March 5, 2021
“With three at-home programs that are now available for children and their parents throughout the US, Spoons Across America is bringing its mission-driven NYC based program to kitchens around the country. It’s a new, accessible educational tool to give kids long term tools to achieve healthy living.”
To watch the video on Day Time click here.
First Aired: March 5, 2021
“All kids seem to hit a stage where they’re just fascinated with cooking and wanting to be part of whatever action’s happening in the kitchen. With the right approach, parents can harness that fascination to help kids learn to make healthier food choices–and maybe even be less picky eaters. The nonprofit Spoons Across America, whose executive director is James Grosso, has adapted its elementary school cooking curriculum for home use during the pandemic in a program called The Food Exploration Project. ”
To listen to the interview on Top of the Mind with Julie Rose click here.
First Aired: March 3, 2021
“Free, At-Home Programming for Little Foodies!”
If you would like to read the march issue of Central California Parent’s magazine click here.
Published on: March 1, 2021
“Looking for a new way to get your kids excited and engaged in learning? How about the kitchen! Spoons Across America is a non-profit organization that wants kids to live a better and healthier. This is a virtual at-home culinary program. Katherine Gage-Boulud, nutrition advocate and mother of 2 along with her chef husband, Daniel, swear by this program. She actually sits on the board and spoke via Zoom with FOX 17 Morning Mix. ”
To watch the video and read the article by LeighAnn Towne click here.
First Aired: February 24, 2021
“This year, with the reduction and often elimination of in-person schooling, the nonprofit organization has created in-home courses for children to complete with their parents. ”
To read the full article by Florence Fabricant click here.
Published On: February 2, 2021