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Actor Jeff Bridges adds star power to campaign to get kids off to a healthy start


Here's a sneak peek at what's coming in this week's Food section:

Every morning, children at hundreds of Los Angeles schools start their day hungry, making it tough to learn much or to get through the morning without a trip to the nurse with headaches or belly pains.

Getting more students to eat breakfast at school is a major goal of a new Share Our Strength campaign called No Kid Hungry. At Figueroa Street Elementary in South Los Angeles the campaign kicked off last week with a program that included U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Food Network celebrity Guy Fieri, former L.A. Laker A.C. Green and Oscar-winning actor Jeff Bridges, above, as well as nonprofit and community leaders.

Read more in this week's story by Mary MacVean: Nutrition is elementary in No Kid Hungry campaign


The politics of school food

Hallelujah, a church cookbook from Torrance

James Beard Foundation announces short list

Photo: Jeff Bridges abides with Figueroa Street Elementary School students. Photo: Damian Dovarganes / Associated Press

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thats nice. you dont post my comment!!!! trolls!

OH NO! its tom vilsack! dont eat the food little kid! dont eat the food!
GMO GMO GMO poison! dont eat the poison!


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