Louder Cafeterias Could Mean Students Eat Fewer Fruits and Vegetables
When was the last time you were in a school cafeteria? If it wasn’t recently, you might be surprised at how loud they are! Between conversations about whether to choose chicken or a burger and conversations about what to play at recess, the large room can get quite noisy. A new study in Appetite from Program in Nutrition alum Matthew Graziose explores whether cafeteria noise, among other environmental factors such as recess timing, plays a role in students’ eating behaviors at lunch.
New Study: Does Mexico’s ‘soda tax’ have a signaling effect?
A new study in PLOS One by Program in Nutrition alum Dr. Cristina Álvarez-Sánchez et al., explores if awareness of Mexico’s national soda tax, and the accompanying highly visible campaign on why to drink less soda, had an association with how much soda people drink.
Tisch Food Center Gathers Nutrition Educators Across NYC for Food-Ed Summit
On October 2, we convened over 75 food and nutrition education professionals, advocates, and school community members from across the city to explore forming a coalition with a shared vision that ALL NYC school children deserve healthy, equitable, sustainable, and culturally responsive food access and education.
New Study: How do we get students to eat more fruits and vegetables at school? Depends on how you slice it!
A new study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior by Program in Nutrition alum Dr. Ian Ang et. al., indicates that one way to get students to eat more fruit at school may be as simple as slicing it.