Anne Cundiff, one of Hy-Vee's 150 registered dietitians, is going back to school this fall. She won't be a student, though. Rather, her role is that of a health and wellness teacher to elementary school students. It's all part of Hy-Vee's involvement in the Healthy Schools Partnership, a school-based program that integrates a nutrition curriculum with physical education. Funded through a grant from the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation, the HSP has three partners: the American Council ...

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