FINDLAY, Ohio -- Fresh Encounter is helping to educate children on the importance of establishing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Last year, Fresh Encounter joined forces with the Ohio Grocers Association and the Hancock County Health Department to launch "Eat Smart Play Hard," a program geared toward elementary school students. "We provided fresh fruit, vegetables and other smart snacks for the children when the health department's doctor went into schools and taught children how to ...
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