NUTRITION ENTERTAINMENT ng to bring nutrition from the television to the table, Yum Yum Studios here will launch Food Safari, a home video series designed to excite and inform children about good nutrition. The first two titles, "Food Safari: Breakfast" and "Food Safari: Lunch," feature Chef Beary Good and Sprinkle traveling through factories and orchards in their quest for knowledge about food. To support the series, Yum Yum Studios plans to play the series in select supermarkets, as well ...

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