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Today on Eating Disorder, we're joined in the studio by 3 women in the food industry to hear what it's like to work in a world traditionally run by men. Chef Ingrid Wright, bartender Kitty Ostapowicz, and butcher Sara Bigelow each share their stories on this week's episode. Tune in to hear them all! This program has been sponsored by Heritage Foods USA. Today's music provided by Hardbodies.

"I feel like it's my responsibility to take charge of my own life." [26:00]

--Kitty Ostapowicz on Eating Disorder

"It is a man's world but the women run it better." [29:00]

--Ingrid Wright on Eating Disorder


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This week on Inside School Food, for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, join Audrey Rowe, Administrator of the Food and Nutrition Service at USDA, in reflection on socioeconomic justice in school nutrition programs--historically, currently, and going forward as we approach Child Nutrition Reauthorization 2015. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

“Instead of the dialogue focusing on how we provide more resources to school meals programs, it seems to be centered on how do we curtail implementation, or make changes to the program that I fear will take us back instead of putting us forward.”

"Schools and parents need to think about the amount of time students have to eat. In some schools, by the time children get their tray and sit down, they have just 10 minutes to eat. If you have fruits and vegetables that require a little more chew time, they’re not going to get through them!"

"One of the reasons I travel constantly is that I’m able to get the media into the schools to experience what the children are experiencing. I’ve had reporters say, this is not my school lunch; this is so much better!"

--Audrey Rowe on Inside School Food


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Food service leaders from six of the nation's very largest districts--New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, and Orlando--have joined together over shared reform goals: lower prices, more sustainable production practice, and a pronounced shift in not just what's served, but how--including how we talk to kids about food. And who best to consult with about that? The French, bien sur. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

Photo: Pierre Bonnard, The Children's Meal, 1895

"As the six largest districts, we’re trying to be good custodians of the relationships we have with the national companies that influence the entire industry for school meals… When we’re talking with manufacturers and suppliers, we’re able to have an open dialogue with them that is very meaningful. Our unified voice is going to help them to be successful with all school districts, not just the largest." [07:00]

--Stephen O'Brien on Inside School Food

"We really feel like there's great opportunity for the community and legislators to start looking at our childhood nutrition programs as education programs. School meals are no different than transportation and textbooks and it goes to support academic performance of the students." [20:00]

--Dora Rivas on Inside School Food


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