Chef Action Network has been featured in the press multiple times. Below are a few examples.

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Click above to open "Mr. Chef Goes to Washington"

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Click above to open "Celebrity chefs cook up lobbying agenda"

Their mission: to sway lawmakers to vote to preserve the healthier federal school lunch standards put in place five years ago. The Child Nutrition Act, the bill which funds the school meal program, among other things, is currently up for reauthorization.
— Maria Godoy
“Some youngsters receive a third or half of the calories they take in during the year at school meals,” Vilsack said Tuesday. That resource isn’t as readily available to them when schools aren’t in session.
— Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack,
Chef Action Network, which has trained dozens of chefs since launching last year; Food Policy Action, a 501(c)(4) co-founded by Colicchio in 2012; and Chefs Collaborative, a network of more than 10,000 culinary leaders, are now coordinating more closely than ever to increase chef engagement on Capitol Hill and beyond.
— Politico, Helena Bottemiller Evich
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Click above to open "From the Ivory Tower Kitchen: We Can Do It. We Must Do It"

The Chef Action Network (CAN) is a high-level non-profit organization designed to help chefs like me as I grapple with important questions about my roles as a chef and teacher, second and humanitarian, first. Being on its Advisory Board allows me to learn from scores of chefs around this country who are tirelessly giving of themselves for the greater good of their communities, customers, families and food systems.
— Huffington Post, Hari Pulapaka, Ph.D., C.E.C.
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Click above to open "Activist Toques Scour Capitol Hill for Food Aid" (Roll Call is a Capital Hill News Source and Blog)

The freshly minted lobbyist — his only prior trip to D.C. took place last summer, when he breezed through town to help coordinate the snack pairings for the annual SAVOR craft beer fest — discovered some lawmakers were as confounded by the status quo as his colleagues in the mushrooming Chef Action Network.
— Roll Call, Warren Rojas
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Click above to open "24 Ways Chefs are Cooking Up Change Outside of the Kitchen" (Note: Quote is the extent of how CAN was directly mentioned)

Chef Action Network provides a support network with training for chefs who want to promote a better food system. They believe that “all people, regardless of income, ethnicity, or where they live, should have access to safe, affordable, sustainable, and nutritious food.”
— The WIP (Women's International Perspective), by Danielle Nierenberg and Philip Hanes
 Click above to open "Mr. Chef Goes To Washington: Cooks Learn To Lobby Congress On Food" from  NPR's the salt

Click above to open "Mr. Chef Goes To Washington: Cooks Learn To Lobby Congress On Food" from NPR's the salt

“Chefs spend so much time ‘making great decisions about who they source from, where they get their produce, or how they market their food,’ says Katherine Miller, a former Democratic campaign strategist who leads the Chef Action Network, a nonprofit that teaches chefs how to become advocates for change in the food system. Because of that, ‘chefs are some of the most trusted sources on food ... We wanted to activate them,’ she says.”
— Maria Godoy,NPR's the salt