Best Practices for Food Literacy Courses

The downloadable documents below are filled with information, recommendations, and considerations for those developing or facilitating food literacy and food skills courses.


FMM Food Literacy Literature Review


Improving the food skills and food literacy of Manitoba’s children and youth: A population health approach by Amy Dytnerski RNBN

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