ST. LOUIS — Schnuck Markets on Sunday kicked off MyTopPlate All Stars, a contest to teach kids that fruits and vegetables should constitute half of what’s on their plate. Entrants are asked to submit a photo of a kid-friendly plate that follows the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s MyPlate guidelines, with appropriate portions of protein, whole grain, fruits and vegetables. “We’ve introduced this challenge so our customers can learn more about and embrace the USDA’s new dietary guidelines ...

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