The research is in, kids will eat fruit at school. They just have to have a chance to "taste test" it several times until it kind of grows on them. And fruit that looks good gets eaten so the stuff has to look good. The brightest color, the shiniest skin may do the trick.
Fruit has sugar. And sugar means carbohydrates. Too much of either and health stops being part of the equation.
To strengthen your child's brain to jump start the school year. And for all the stress the first week of school brings; a handful-a-day of blackberries for you!
Not only great looking and wonderful to eat, they pack in lots of vitamins. Helping to keep your children healthy and ready for the next day.
This low-fat fruit will keep the fun of summer alive in that first week back to school. It also packs huge antioxidant benefits as well.
Another vitamin-packed fruit with a high sugar content that will please kids every time. They're easy to eat and simple to pack and go great with cheese.. A fruit that has always been a winner at lunch.
A favorite for lots of kids. They are easy to pack and have their own wrapper that makes them easy to pack. The are low-fat and have lots of potassium that will help them recover from any hard-charging recess.
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And if all else fails you can always try the miracle fruit.
What are some of your tips to get kids to eat the fruit you pack for them?