New Resources for Nutrition Educators Handout| Volume 48, ISSUE 3, P231.e3, March 2016

Picky Eating

      The Child Nutrition Picky Eating Education Cards offer practical tips and suggestions for making meals happier, including suggestions for trying new foods, strategies that don't work, and ideas for making foods fun.—Learning ZoneXpress
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