No more mushy peas. Why culturally competent meals might just save a life.

It’s time for the health system to pay for better food. It’s not just good care; it’s good business. The Cook's Nook Founder and President, Joi Chevalier, joins Medium to discuss challenges of food equity, insecurity, and access — and the realities of living with a chronic health condition — as key drivers that underlie the why and how people engage with food. The Cook's Nook works with healthcare providers and community organizations to create innovative ways to get new kinds of food to people for whom proper nutrition can be lifesaving. Read Full Article on Medium

2023-03-06T18:18:51+00:00March 6th, 2023|News|

The Cook’s Nook at Travis County Commissioners’ Court

This November, the Travis County Commissioners' Court approved $3.1 million in funding to expand access to fresh food for low-income and other marginalized county residents, in addition to an earlier approval in March this year for $1.8 million for prepared meal services, like The Cook's Nook, that provide county residents in need with nutritionally-dense meals. Our CEO, Amy Bell, spoke to the Commissioner's Court to help elaborate the community benefits that 2022's nearly $5 million dollar investment will have.

2022-12-22T18:20:34+00:00December 22nd, 2022|News|

The Cook’s Nook, business dedicated to nutritious and accessible food, has new CEO

The Cook's Nook has been addressing the crucial topics of food access and equity since it was founded in 2017 by Joi Chevalier. After five years, the company has entered a new phase, as Chevalier moved from CEO to

2022-06-27T20:37:59+00:00June 27th, 2022|Announcements, Featured, News, Press|

Cook’s Nook and Vinder Collaborate to Highlight Local Resources

The Cook’s Nook members collaborated with Vinder to highlight local growers and produce. Taking advantage of local resources doesn't just boost the local economy, local produce that hasn't been on a truck for days is fresher and packed

2020-10-27T04:43:36+00:00May 8th, 2019|News|

The Cook’s Nook Founder as Thought Leader on Food and Tech

The Refresh Working Group brings together farmers, small business owners, researchers, corporate partners, nonprofit leaders, educators, community organizers, and innovators to integrate food and technology in a responsible way. Joi Chevalier is a board member of the Refresh Working

2019-03-26T20:08:51+00:00March 26th, 2019|News|
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