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Équiterre is welcoming Quebec’s new Stratégie nationale d’achat d’aliments québécois dans les institutions (Strategy for the Purchase of Quebec Food in Institutions) unveiled today by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ), an important step forward long awaited by Équiterre, which positions the province as a leader in the field in Canada.
Actualité - 22 September 2020 - Tag : Local food procurement, Sustainable cafeterias
Give the kids at your school the chance to develop a taste for cooking and healthy food! Recipe for Successful Cooking Workshops is a new, free practical guide to organizing cooking initiatives in schools. Available in electronic or print form, this practical guide aims to encourage and facilitate the implementation of effective cooking workshops. It provides tips and...
Actualité - 19 November 2018 - Tag : Local food procurement, Local food procurement, Sustainable cafeterias
Local organic food makes its debut at CHU Sainte-Justine Eating healthy food and supporting Quebec’s family farmers
Équiterre, Farm to Cafeteria Canada, the Whole Kids Foundation and Québec en Forme are launching a call for projects for Quebec schools that want to make healthy, local and sustainable food a priority.
Actualité - 15 January 2018 - Tag : Local food procurement, Sustainable cafeterias
Montreal, November 17, 2016 – Two Montreal schools have chosen to innovate this year by launching a new type of fundraising activity for their projects. Thanks to the project Schools Take Root: For Healthy, Local and Sustainable Food, these schools are giving youngsters and their parents a chance to discover the surprising and delicious root vegetables of Quebec.
Communiqué - 17 November 2016 - Tag : Family farmers network, Organic baskets, Sustainable cafeterias
The first-ever pan-Canadian conference on healthy, sustainable school food, Changing the Menu, which was organized by Équiterre and partners in November last year, continues to have a ripple effect. At a webinar and networking event this week, over 120 people carried on the work of knowledge transfer and collaboration already well underway.
Équiterre, the Pointe-de-l’Île School Board and the CIUSSS de l’Est-de-l’Île-de Montréal are unveiling the results of the project Consommer localement, c’est goûter les saveurs d’ici! (Eat local and savour home flavours.) The initiative aims to increase the share of local foods served to residents and employees of the four long-term care...