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WELCOME. Food Policy Lunch: Dispelling the Myths around School Breakfast. November 20 th , 2013. An In-Depth Look on the Status and Future of Texas’ Children. W elcomi ng Remarks. Liliana Esposito, Vice President, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs, Dean Foods. Welcoming Remarks.

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Welcome

WELCOME

Food Policy Lunch:

Dispelling the Myths around School Breakfast

November 20th, 2013

An In-Depth Look on the Status and Future of Texas’ Children


Welcoming Remarks

Liliana Esposito,

Vice President, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs,Dean Foods


Welcoming remarks

Welcoming Remarks

Councilmember Jerry R. Allen,Dallas City Councilmember, District 10


Chef panel breakfast for less than 2 00

Chef Panel: Breakfast for less than $2.00

Chef Chad Houser, Executive Director Café Momentum

Chef Graham Dodds, Hibiscus

Chef Matt Ford, CBD Provisions

Chef Jack Perkins, Maple & Motor and The Slow Bone

Chef Julie Eastland, Café Momentum

Cafe Momentum Interns

Mailk Runnels

Adolph Martin

Jordan Farrar


Food insecurity and the importance of school breakfast

Food Insecurity and the Importance of School Breakfast

Mandi Kimball, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs, CHILDREN AT RISK




Test your knowledge

Test Your Knowledge


  • D. children are still struggling with hunger?26%

    1.8 million Texas children are living in food insecure households.


Test your knowledge1

Test Your Knowledge


  • C children are still struggling with hunger?. 15%

    The USDA estimates that 15 percent of Texans reside in a food desert, making Texas the state with the largest “grocery gap” in the country.


Test your knowledge2

Test Your Knowledge


  • D reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?. 11%

    Only 11% of the roughly 3 million Texas children who qualify for free or reduced priced meals during the school year participate in the Summer Meals program


Poverty
Poverty reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?


Poverty texas and the nation
Poverty - Texas and the Nation reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?

  • In Texas, 17.9% of the total population lived in poverty in 2012.

  • 26% of Texas children lived in poverty in 2012

  • 29% of Dallas County children lived in poverty in 2012


Food insecurity
Food Insecurity reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?


What is food insecurity
What is Food Insecurity? reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?


Food insecurity texas and the u s
Food Insecurity: reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?Texas and the U.S.


Food insecurity north texas
Food Insecurity: North Texas reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?


Using our schools to combat food insecurity
Using Our Schools reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?to Combat Food Insecurity


Success in the 83 rd legislature
Success in the 83 reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?rd Legislature


Poverty in Texas Schools reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?


Texas north texas school breakfast participation rates
Texas & North Texas reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?School Breakfast Participation Rates


464 945 of eligible north texas students did not participate in school breakfast last year
464,945 reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program? of eligible North Texas students did NOT participate in school breakfast last year


Reasons for Low Breakfast Participation reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?


Four myths about expanding school breakfast
Four Myths About Expanding School Breakfast reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?


HOW BREAKFAST CAN HELP reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?


The importance of school meals
The importance of school meals….. reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?

Students can’t learn if they are hungry.


Thank you
Thank You! reduced priced meals during the school year, participate in the Summer Meals Program?

  • Q & A

  • Contact Information:

    Mandi Kimball, Director of Public Policy and Government Relations: [email protected]

    or

    713.869.7740


Various Perspectives on Adoption and Implementation of Universal School Breakfast

Jaime Hanks Meyers, CHILDREN AT RISK

Dan Micciche, Dallas ISD School Board

Dora Rivas, Dallas ISD Dr. Kim Broadway, Mesquite ISD

Sheri Carcano, Irving ISDSarahbethGhozali, Dairy MAX


Thank you1

Thank You Universal School Breakfast

  • Food Policy Lunch:

  • Dispelling the Myths around School Breakfast

November 20th, 2013

An In-Depth Look on the Status and Future of Texas’ Children


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