AUSTIN, Minn. — At a Hy-Vee store here, children regularly escort their Moms to the produce department, where they're persuading them to buy the likes of Swiss chard, butternut squash, even fresh basil and cilantro. Unusual for kids ages 3 to 9 to be so enthusiastic about choosing vegetables for a clutched-in-hand recipe? Yes, but Hy-Vee dietitian Jen Haugen isn't surprised. This type of enthusiasm was exactly what she had in mind when she launched a kid's garden ...
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