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Published February 16th, 2015

Running time: 10 Minutes

By Yvette Cabrera and Amrita Gupta

NAFTA was signed in 1994. Soon after, Mexico’s rates of obesity spiked. We explore the connection.

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An apple a day is what doctors are now prescribing patients in a new program that is targeting obesity in children. Instead of prescribing medicine, doctors that are part of the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription program will give their patients vouchers to shop at local farmers’ markets.This piece was produced in collaboration with Sound Medicine

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In West Virginia, many children suffer from levels childhood 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 program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"We had to do something [about childhood obesity]. We could no longer turn a blind eye to our school food systems." [07:00]

"We want to do what's in the child's best interest.At the end of the day, that will be our guiding principle." [10:00]

"You can't just have a healthy room in a building, the whole building has to be healthy." [12:00]

"I think you'll see a day when the meal service is treated just like the rest of the learning experience." [38:00]

--Rick Goff on Inside School Food


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