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Our latest news bites
Staff team at Salon and Spa in Aldershot hold a Toonie Drive during the month of December raising $600 for Student Nutrition Programs at Aldershot School.read more
Imagine walking into your high school every morning to the smell of toasting bagels and the sound of blenders making fresh smoothies. This is the reality at TA Blakelock (TAB) high school in Oakville.read more
Halton Food for Thought is celebrating our second Feeduary Campaign, promoting a month long focus on the importance of student nutrition programs in Halton.
As part of Feeduary celebrations, HFFT Partner Schools will be hosting special guests and dignitaries at their school breakfast programs the week of February 20rd, 2017.read more
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62% of all Halton students have access to a Student Nutrition Program
Students in the 2013-14 school year
It costs just $1 to feed 2 students breakfast each day.