Picky, picky

Picky eaters are nothing new, but it’s especially common with young children. Research shows that almost half of young children are described as picky eaters by their parents at some point. Despite this behavior being normal, it can still be frustrating when serving children a healthy
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Bragging About Ag at PBH

You don’t need a Venn Diagram to figure out that nutrition and agriculture have an obvious overlap: food! What may be less clear is the role Dietitians play in sharing agricultural information. As consumers get further from the farm, and more curious about their food, Dietitians
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What we’re loving for winter

It’s a winter wonderland out there, and we love it! You might be surprised to learn that snow doesn’t mean a break from work in the orchard, but we’re still taking time to make the most of the season! Getting outside – Though it’s not a
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Together at the table

Growing up, family meals were a regular part of my life. There were two rules: no TV (cell phones weren’t really a problem yet) and you had to eat at least one serving of vegetables. As a teenager, the main upside to family meals was not
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5 tips to reduce food waste at home

Up to one third of food is wasted each year; it’s a shocking statistic! Not only is the food wasted, but resources like water and crop land used to grow those crops are lost as well. While causes of food waste vary throughout the world, in
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