While many of us enjoy eating a fresh salad on a hot summer day, we know that lots of kids hate eating vegetables. But this summer, some kids are getting a lesson on how to like green, leafy things.
Some unwanted visitors may be making their way into your kitchen as a new kind of fruit fly is making Minnesota home.
This year, students will see some big changes come lunch time. “This is the first in a long time that there’s some real changes in the USDA regulation and it’s across the nation,” said Bertrand Weber, director of culinary and nutrition services for Minneapolis Public Schools.
This summer, when Twins fans root for the home team, they can also enjoy another type of root – the kind that grows in a garden.
Children and vegetables can be like oil and water. So when 3- and 4-year-olds are grabbing slices of green pepper by the handful, it’s easy to wonder how they grew to love eating their veggies.