Healthy-snack program encourages preschoolers to try new foods

09/21/2011 | Martinsville Bulletin (Va.)

Preschoolers at Clearview Early Learning Center in Martinsville, Va., get different fruits and vegetables, such as pluots, as snacks through a program that encourages trying new foods as part of developing lifelong healthy-eating habits. Sheilah Williams, the school's director of early-childhood and school-nutrition services, says students learn there is an alternative to junk food and they may influence their parents to buy more fruits and vegetables at home.

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