As another school year begins this fall, retailers are stepping up their efforts to simplify healthy eating for kids, providing recipe ideas, encouraging family shopping and offering convenient lunch snacks. Produce For Kids, the Orlando, Fla.-based non-profit that develops programs geared toward encouraging children to eat more fruits and vegetables, has been busy lately fulfilling requests from retailers to provide healthy recipes. “Produce For Kids has an advisory board made up of five ...
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