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EAT WELL, WORK WELL

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Please join us in committing to “Eat Well, Work Well.” A large part of creating a culture of health and well-being in the workplace, is encouraging healthy food and beverage choices. This includes simply choosing water over sweetened drinks, and choosing to pack a lunch instead of eating out (or ordering in). Employee Wellness is asking each employee to pledge to make healthy food and beverage choices while at work.

Each month there will be a specific challenge for employees. Challenges will focus on a variety of food and beverage topics including: portion control, reducing sugar… Each challenge will offer a raffle for incentives.

Program Overview

Employee Pledge - this must be completed and returned once each calendar year in order to be qualified for monthly incentive

April Challenge
April Resources

March Challenge
March Resources

February Challenge
February Resources

January Challenge
January Resources

December Challenge
December Resources

November Challenge
November Resources

October Challenge
October Resources

BCPS School Lunches
School Lunches
Adult Combo Meal
FAQs

HUNGRY HARVEST

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Hungry Harvest BCPS Flyer

FAQ Sheet

Hungry Harvest Web Page

Perry Hall Middle School's Experience with Hungry Harvest

News clip on Hungry Harvest

Hungry Harvest on Shark Tank (see 8:38)

BCPS Testimonies:

“I feel like I’m picking fresh vegetables from my garden all winter long,” Sharon Ward, Jefferson.

“I was so excited to be able to host a Thanksgiving dinner using only Hungry Harvest produce! I dressed my turkey with onions, garlic and carrots and made two veggie side dishes sautéed Brussels sprouts and roasted broccoli and zucchini. Knowing that a family in need was also sharing the same meal thanks to Hungry Harvest made Thanksgiving extra special this year for my family.” Karen Heinrich, Jefferson.