CHAA

AcronymDefinition
CHAACanadian Harvard Aircraft Association
CHAAChristian Homeschool Athletic Association (Texas)
CHAACanadian Historical Aircraft Association (also seen as CH2A; Windsor, Ontario, Canada)
CHAACulinary Historians of Ann Arbor (est. 1983; Michigan)
CHAACorporate Health Achievement Award
CHAACoalition for a Healthy and Active America
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CHAA was formed in 2003 by concerned organizations and national figures to educate parents, children, schools and communities about the critical roles that increased physical activity and expanded nutrition education play in reversing the growing trends of childhood obesity.
Governor Gardner and CHAA will create a summit focused on community-based solutions by the end of 2004.
CHAA is dedicated to the fight against childhood obesity and strives to seek local solutions that are responsible and realistic.
Volumes of Chilean Hass avocados are down on last year, but we have ensured the shipments we are making will be the best quality," said CHAA president Adolfo Ochagavia.
The CHAA is also promoting the health benefits of avocados again with a radio campaign, on-pack leaflets, trolley posters, in-store tastings and the mandatory Facebook page.
CHAA recipients are evaluated along 17 criteria, including management commitment to specific health goals, improved safety standards, and company-wide efforts to assess health and safety risks.
At Johnson & Johnson (a CHAA award winner), annual growth in total medical spending in 2009 was 3.
Strict zoning laws have led to bidding wars among several would-be dispensers, fighting to lease one of the two or three spaces in a CHAA that would be suitable but the lease would be contingent upon their winning the business.