Learning about and engaging with the many roles of food for ourselves, others, and our world.
Every body is welcome.
Building a positive relationships with food and eating.
Nurturing a positive perspective about food and eating.
Our registered dietitians understand the complex narrative food plays in children and youth’s lives. We developed these four "ingredients" to help educators provide safer food and nutrition education.
The Nüton team acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 1 land, the territory of the Anishinaabeg (Ojibwe), Anisininiwak (Cree), Dakhóta Oyáte (Dakota), Dene, Anishininiwag (Oji-Cree), and the homeland of the Michif (Red River Métis Nation).
We are committed to ensuring our programs, resources and services are culturally safe by collaborating with Indigenous consultants, Knowledge Keepers, and/or community members in all phases of resource and program development.
We further acknowledge that there are many ways of knowing and approaches that shape our relationship with food.
Nüton provides training and nutrition programs to Manitoba educators so they can help children and youth feel comfortable around food and eating.
We inspire Manitoba educators to have a positive impact on children's and youth’s food stories using experience-based learning by discovering and exploring a variety of foods.