Getting a reluctant child to eat vegetables is never easy, but supermarkets are coming up with inventive ways to make the process fun and encouraging kids to make produce a part of their diets. “The more we can expose kids to fruits and vegetables, the more they’ll eat them, and they’ll become part of their lifestyles,” said Lauren Lindsley, regional manager for Festival Foods in Wisconsin. She is also a registered dietitian. Lindsley said her stores reach out to ...
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