Early childhood nutrition has sweeping effects on long-term public health. Children are at a disadvantage throughout their lives if they have unhealthy eating habits and a low-nutrient diet.
Improving the long-term health of our community by nourishing children today.
1 in 3
children are overweight or obese
more likely to have problems in cognitive, language, and behavioral development with a poor diet
more likely to spend time in a hospital with a poor diet
We are all familiar with the age-old adage: you are what you eat. At Kidango, we know what we put into our bodies matters. Providing young children access to nutritious foods at a time when their brains are undergoing rapid development supports their cognitive and physical development, and helps establish eating patterns that can lead to a lifetime of healthy habits.
The Nutrition program ensures all students have access to a wide variety of fresh, nutritious foods every day. All meals at Kidango centers are provided free-of-charge to families.
Kidango is a registered member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and strictly adheres to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act for our high nutritional standards.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.