Community Affair

February 2008
FoodService Director;2/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p54
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The article discusses the Michigan Healthy Community program. It was formed in 2005 for the University of Michigan Health System and the University in Ann Arbor. Originally, it was an initiative from the university's president to increase wellness but it eventually turned into a permanent department with aspects focusing on every part of a person's health. Good Choice is a subcategory of the program for healthy eating options.


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