In West Virginia, many children suffer from levels poverty, hunger, and obesity well above the national average. To meet this troubling challenge, the state's Department of Education has been exceptionally energetic in its top-down efforts to win student acceptance of healthier menus while eliminating costly inefficiencies in the system. Is it working? Rick Goff, Executive Director of the Office of Child Nutrition, says it is. Join us to hear about his compelling testimony before the Senate Agriculture Committee last month, in its first hearing related to CNR 2015. This episode brought to you by Cain Vineyard and Winery

Inside School Food:  Learning from West Virginia

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