CARLISLE, Pa. — Nutritionists at Giant Food Stores and Martin’s Food Markets have developed Passport to Nutrition, a Web-based resource that educates kids ages 6 to 10 about nutritious eating and healthy lifestyles. “Fighting obesity starts at home and extends to the supermarket,” spokesman Christopher Brand told SN. “This is a great tool that you can not only use at home but also bring to the classroom.” Designed for kids, their parents and teachers, content is based on recommendations ...

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