Recipe Is In The News!
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Kids' Newsworthy Snacks

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Our Eat This! Summer Camp sparked the interest of several media outlets in August. Dozens of enthusiastic 8-to-11 years olds learned about the food business with us, especially how food is marketed to them, so that they will always be able to discern the difference between promotional language on the front of the box and the facts on the side.
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Sprouts Helps Grow Hope Farms

Gracie Cavnar
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Sprouts is passionate about supporting organizations that are stewards of health and wellness in the communities where our team members and guests work, live and play. Launched in 2015, the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation was created to support local nonprofit organizations creating stronger and healthier communities served by Sprouts. In April, stores hosted a first ever in-store "Round Up for
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There's no place like RecipeHouse for the summertime!

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Imagine the above scene at home - kids in the kitchen preparing a deliciously healthy snack for the family to enjoy. Making it a reality is easy if you register for one of our fun-filled Summer Camps at RecipeHouse or Hope Farms. Campers spend the week learning about cooking and gardening. Choose from the original Eat This! Camp combination
Playing With Our Food
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Art of Food-a Tasty Party

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On September 27th, Greg Martin of Bistro Menil (pictured here) along with 20 more of Houston's delicious chefs, 20 remarkable artists, and a dozen delectable boutique wines, sprits and craft beer makers, will gather at The Four Seasons Houston to dazzle the senses of party goers at the final celebration of our 10th Anniversary. Tickets from $250 per person and
Dinner Conversations
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"Pie", a poem by Rich Levy

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How mollifying, late afternoon, when one is aloneand lunch is long over, to stop at the cafeteria for a slice of key lime pie. You take a tableby the window and turn your back to the room as if you have much to think about, when in realityyou are staring blankly at an almost rainy blank sky and the windblown
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Exploring the World through Food

Gracie Cavnar
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Every year our Seed-to-Plate Team fine tunes a new year-long lesson plan with 20 integrated culinary and gardening classes designed to be embedded into an elementary student's regular school day, or delivered in an after school format or even adapted for summer camp. Each lesson plan has a comprehensive step by step guide for teachers and beautiful collateral materials that
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Introducing Amy Scott

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Our new Hope Farm Manager, Amy Scott started volunteering at the food pantry in Pasadena, California, right out of college. Because she thought the pantry should offer healthier choices, Amy decided she needed to learn how to grow fresh produce and improve their offerings. Little did she know, that her deep concern about food security issues would propel her to
Stories from the Field
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Mike Aden: February Volunteer of the Month

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Born in Florida and raised in the Houston-Baytown area, Mike has worked for Keeping Houston Beautiful for 12 years. His grandparents introduced him to gardening at their plant nursery in Florida and he continues to enjoy the outdoors, especially when camping. While he normally cooks for himself only when camping, "I enjoy a good salad, fresh garlic, and onion." Through