In October 2005, the Edible Schooylard Project (then named the Chez Panisse Foundation) provided a grant to the Berkeley Unified School District to hire Ann Cooper, a chef and former Kellogg Food and Society Fellow, as the Director of Nutrition Services for the district. Through Cooper's persistence, we eliminated nearly all processed foods in the district and introduced fresh and organic foods to the daily menu, while remaining within the district's food service budget. Read our whitepaper, Lunch Matters. Through support from the Edible Schoolyard Project, Center for Ecoliteracy and Rodale Publishing, the Center for Weight and Health at the University of California, Berkeley conducted a three-year study to evaluate the Initiative's impact on student attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors towards food. The Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center for Weight and Health, University of California at Berkeley announced their evaluation report of the School Lunch Initiative, Changing Students' Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behavior in Relation to Food: An Evaluation of the School Lunch Initiative, in the Fall of 2010.