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Project Produce

Project Produce

GOOD FOR YOU. GOOD FOR THE KIDS.

 

Kids are our future, so how come so many not-so-super foods are feeding our next generation of super people? The answer: a lack of education. It’s no secret that kids aren’t always psyched to eat their veggies, but Project Produce helps make healthy food exciting so that it ends up in their bellies instead of the trash. More than 30 million kids eat school lunch every day, so that’s 30 million chances to make a positive impact through super nutrition. We like those odds.

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Project Produce
Project Produce

HOW SKOOP HELPS

Giving back runs deep in our DNA. Skoop co-founded Project Produce in 2014 with the Chef Ann Foundation, and today we donate 3% of every purchase to the cause. Even better, more local and national companies are joining in all the time.

Project Produce serves up grants worth $2,500 each to help qualified schools put more fresh produce in lunch lines and more food-telligence in brains. And boy, do our recipients get creative: from Veggiepalooza and smoothie bars to lunchroom samplings and science fairs, these events go big on fun to benefit our nation’s little ones. So in the end, every time you get your Skoop on, you're not only doing a good thing for yourself, but also for future health of our country. U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.!

SATISFYING SOLUTION
  • Skoop donates 3% of every purchase to Project Produce.
  • Project Produce has assisted 155 schools in 31 states.
  • Over 76,000 students have benefited from the program to date.
  • Each school grant is worth $2,500. Apply Here »
STILL HUNGRY FOR FACTS?
  • Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and quadrupled in adolescents in the past 30 years.
  • Most children currently do not meet minimum intake requirements for fruits and vegetables as specified by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
  • Children and adolescents who are obese are likely to be obese as adults, increasing their risk for health problems such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke, several types of cancer and osteoarthritis. 

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