This short documentary looks at how an entire community mobilized to improve the cafeteria menu at a primary school in Cocagne, New Brunswick. Rallying behind this noble cause, residents put their shoulder to the wheel, promoting products from local farmers over those of multinational corporations. Everyone gets involved to make healthy eating a common goal as well as a learning opportunity.
This film was made as part of the Tremplin program, in collaboration with Radio-Canada.
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Cafeteria, Francine Hébert, provided by the National Film Board of Canada