The students at PS 154 in Harlem are playing with their food— and SchoolFood Chef Sid Grabill couldn't be happier. He is part of the team that makes up SchoolFood Plus, a project that is part of a three million dollar grant funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. It's a collaborative, multi-agency initiative to lead change in New York City school meal programs by providing school based programming to educate students and adults about food, nutrition and health. Its goal is to improve the ...

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