PRETTY COLORS ASIDE, the produce department isn't really designed for kids. With all the focus on childhood obesity these days, however, retailers have learned to get downright playful with packaged snacks that market fun without compromising on nutrition. Kids could certainly use some motivating. According to a recent study commissioned by the Produce for Better Health Foundation, only 6% of Americans eat the recommended amount of vegetables each day, and only 8% reach the threshhold of ...

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