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Posted by Marissa Duswalt on February 28, 2013
Today First Lady Michelle Obama visited Springfield, Missouri to highlight more affordable healthy choices available for families. Speaking to a local crowd at a Walmart, Mrs. Obama made two major points: she reminded consumers that the power to create a healthier landscape is in our own back pockets, and she challenged companies to step up.
Posted by Ali Kelley, Deputy Associate Director for Let’s Move Outside! on February 28, 2013
First Lady Michelle Obama was in Chicago today, to announce a new collaboration designed to bring physical activity back to American schools.  
Posted by Colleen Curtis on February 28, 2013
First Lady Michelle Obama is on the road celebrating the great work people across the country have been doing to help create healthier futures for our nation's kids. Check out some of the best moments from her visit to Eastside-Northside Elementary Schools in Clinton, Mississippi, where she and Rachael Ray hosted the first ever Let's Move! Cafeteria Cook-off.
Posted by Marissa Duswalt on February 28, 2013
Today, Rachael Ray joined First Lady Michelle Obama and 400 elementary school students in Clinton, Mississippi to celebrate the new, healthier school meals being served in cafeterias across the country. Two teams -- cafeteria chef Fannie and celebrity chef Sunny Anderson versus cafeteria chef Wendy and celebrity Ryan Scott -- competed in a Let's Move! Cafeteria Cook-off to make the most delicious, healthy school lunch. 
Posted by Marissa Duswalt on February 28, 2013
Today, Falk Elementary School in Madison, WI, opened a new salad bar in its school cafeteria with the assistance of Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools, an initiative of the Food Family Farming Foundation, National Fruit and Vegetable Alliance, United Fresh Produce Association Foundation, and Whole Foods Market.  We are so excited to hear about one more school taking the step of offering a salad bar as part of its school lunch program.
Posted by Marissa Duswalt on February 27, 2013
First Lady Michelle Obama visited Clinton, Mississippi today to highlight the progress made across the state to decrease childhood obesity. From elementary schools all the way to the state capitol, people are stepping up and working together for the health of our kids. So what is Mississippi's secret to success?
Posted by Marissa Duswalt on February 26, 2013
MyPlate is one of the easiest ways to learn about healthy eating. It's simple to look at the icon and recognize how to pile up your own plate. But can you cook with it? Mrs. Obama thinks so. Today, the First Lady joined Robin Roberts and Chef Marcus Samuelsson on Good Morning America to announce a new partnership that highlights healthier recipes that align with MyPlate. 
Posted by Marissa Duswalt on February 21, 2013
First Lady Michelle Obama invited Big Bird to the White House to learn how easy and delicious it is to eat fruits and vegetables. Check out the latest PSAs from Mrs. Obama and Sesame Workshop celebrating Let's Move!'s third anniversary!
Posted by Emily Gibson on February 14, 2013
At just 12 years old, Haile Thomas has made a big difference. A youth leader working hard to inspire kids to eat healthy, Haile joined First Lady Michelle Obama, along with a handful of other guests, for the President’s State of the Union Address on Tuesday evening.  
Posted by Marissa Duswalt on February 9, 2013
Today we’re celebrating the 3rd birthday of Let’s Move!  On February 9, 2010, First Lady Michelle Obama launched her initiative to raise a healthier generation of kids. We’re amazed at how many partners have come together – everyone from schools, chefs, parents and child care providers, faith and community leaders, museums and gardens, military and business leaders – to play a role in this initiative.