“Food literacy education is as important as reading and math. This project brings critical food education into school day academic curriculum, a big broccoli step towards improving the health of our kids!”
-Amber Stott, Founding Executive Director, Food Literacy Center
Food Literacy Center currently operates out of a small, rented house. Our program resembles pop-up catering: we bring our food and cooking supplies to school cafeterias, where we set up temporary cooking and nutrition classes for elementary students. As a young nonprofit, we don’t have a “center” where the community can come to us to cook–yet!