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ECP Shorts

ECP now offers shorter video presentations to fit into your schedule! These videos take a quick but deeper dive into specific topics covered in our full-length presentations. Shorts will be added as they are released. Follow us on social media or sign up for our newsletter to see the latest shorts.

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The Topics

Our educational presentations are science-based, unbiased, and serve to empower current and future consumers with critical knowledge about the connections between our food choices and human health, planetary health, and society, as well as a look into the future of food technology.

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Micronutrient Rainbow ECP

"Micronutrient Rainbow" is designed for viewers ages 12+ and builds on our full-length "Healthful Eating" video presentation. This short encourages viewers to eat healthy in a fun way - by eating the rainbow! We break down each color to see what micronutrients they provide and how they help build a healthy body and mind.

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Developed with support from U.S. Representative Oye Owolewa, Martha's Table, and Love & Carrots, "Growing Community Roots" digs into the history of gardening and the important role community gardens play in creating a healthier, more equitable food system in the United States. This educational package is designed for viewers ages 12+.

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What Is Cultivated Meat_ ECP

"What is Cultivated Meat?" is designed for viewers ages 12+ and builds on our full-length "Future of Food" video presentation. This short gives a quick look at cultivated meat, exploring the process, benefits, and future of this latest food technology.

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Audiences

Our Audiences

The Educated Choices Program is an international organization offering educational resources in English, Spanish, and German. Our presentations have reached over 3 million individuals in 55 countries and territories and counting. Don't see your country highlighted below? Don't worry. No matter where you live, you can book our presentations at no cost 24/7. All you need is internet access.

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Our educational materials have been used in these 55 countries and territories so far: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, England, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Macao, Mauritius, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Türkiye, Ukraine, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam.

Full-Length Presentations

Check out our full-length video presentations for a broad overview of the many ways our food choices affect out planet and everyone on it. These presentations are free, available online 24/7, and accompanied by materials for further learning, such as lesson plans, discussion prompts, post-video quizzes, and our toolkit full of resources to help create a healthier, more sustainable future.

Our digital presentations are available in English, German, and Spanish.

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Our presentations have been well-received by tens of thousands of educators and community organizations who use our educational resources in their classrooms and venues year after year.

What our viewers are saying:

“My classes have had the opportunity to listen to the presentation on Healthful Eating. After the presentations I have had a few students approach me saying they really learned a lot from the presentation. One said that they didn't understand how unhealthy they had been eating, and that they had just assumed that it was healthy since the food was coming from their parents…I would recommend this to all Health teachers, because it lets students know there are plenty of options at their disposal and that healthful eating is very attainable." - 9th-Grade Teacher,  Waukee, Iowa

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