January 24, 2012 Comments (2) Views: 2428 Good Food Media Podcasts, Good Food TV

Jamie Drummond on Food and Wine #105: Real Food For Real Kids

By Jamie Drummond

David Farnell and Lulu Cohen Farnell at Real Food For Real Kids.

For over six years now David and Lulu at Real Food For Real Kids have been revolutionary in changing the way that children eat, enjoy, and understand food.

Through providing a growing number of childcares, camps, and schools with healthy, nutritious, made-from-scratch, (often) local food, this passionate couple show that there is a world outside of the processed foodstuffs that are unfortunately the norm for so many a young child growing up in the Greater Toronto Area.

Last year Good Food Revolution visited them at their Dovercourt Road headquarters to find out the secrets behind their well-deserved success story.

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David Farnell gives a tour of the Real Food For Real Kids production kitchen.

Edinburgh-born/Toronto-based Sommelier, consultant, writer, judge, and educator Jamie Drummond is the Director of Programs/Editor of Good Food Revolution… and he had to get up SUPER early to film those vans being loaded up BTW.

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2 Responses to Jamie Drummond on Food and Wine #105: Real Food For Real Kids

  1. Jamie,

    Cool video by a super cool (and cute) man! Very nice surprise indeed!

    Thank you for changing your alarm clock that morning so you would not miss our delicious muffins! And the Real Food trucks of course!

    Thank you and the team @ Good Food Revolution for your support and dedication to all the Real Food revolutionaries!

    PS: happy it came out okay, despite i wasn’t feeling so well that day 😉

  2. Tonia says:

    So happy to see that the company has become a great success, your passion and determination has paid off to the benefit of the children you feed.
    All the best to both of you,

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