Produce For Kids, an Orlando, Fla.-based non-profit that teaches families about healthy eating, is partnering with five retail supermarket chains this fall to encourage families to add fruits and vegetables to their back-to-school shopping lists, and to support PBS KIDS, the U.S. Corporation for Public Broadcasting's children's media enterprise that entertains and educates with its “Eat Smart for a Great Start” campaign. From Sept. 6 to Oct. 31, families who purchase fruits and vegetables ...

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