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32 Calvin Road Watertown MA 02472 USA
Chopchops mission is to educate kids to cook and be nutritionally literate, empower them to actively participate as health partners with their families, and help establish and support better eating habits for a lifetime of good nutrition. Chopchop is published by chopchopkids, inc. , a nonprofit corporation. We believe in the simple values of cooking together as family and sharing healthy meals. We dont do calorie counts or post nutrition content, but everything in this publication is reviewed and approved by our medical and nutrition advisors. We dont demonize any individual foods. We believe that consuming healthy, wholesome meals is a vital step toward a resolution of americas obesity epidemic
In 2014, chopchop kids inc. Published 4 issues of chopchop magazine, distributing 1. 44 million copies across the us and internationally in english (84%) and spanish (16%). 50% of the distribution was paid or sponsored, and the remainder was distributed to pediatricians' offices (through an endorsement from the american academy of pediatrics), neighborhood health centers, food banks, after-school programs, and nutrition education programs. Chopchop magazine was again awarded a gold medal by the parents' choice foundation for excellence in children's media. Also in 2014, chopchop kids was awarded an iacp award.
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The numbers are stunning. Nearly one out of every three American children is obese or at a risk of becoming obese—25 million children in all, with children in minority families at an even greater risk. Obesity is the most common disease of childhood, and it’s largely preventable. All of us need to see the rising childhood obesity rates for what they are: a medical emergency.
Kid2Kid, Inc, (note: we’ve recently changed our corporate name to ChopChopKids) publishes ChopChop, The Fun Cooking Magazine for Families. Most copies are given away free to pediatric practices and family-support organizations in underserved communities. You may also subscribe at www.chopchopmag.com.
• Teach kids to cook and to be nutritionally curious and literate
• Empower kids to actively participate as health partners with their families & doctors
• Establish and support better eating habits for a lifetime of good nutrition
• Facilitate bonding between children and their parents/caregivers
• Stem the tide of unhealthy children who are growing into unhealthy adults
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
We've received dozens of letters and emails from parents and kids (and doctors too!) telling us they were excited to cook recipes from the magazine!
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Spread the word! ChopChop needs support to get the magazine to more children, build out its website and get the healthy-eating message to all the kids in America!