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If there’s one thing we could all use more of in our eating patterns, it’s produce. After all, plant-based diets have been linked with reductions in obesity, cancer, and heart disease. However, despite these myriad benefits, studies indicate that most people still aren’t getting enough produce.

Getting kids to eat more fruits and vegetables can be especially challenging. Did you know that...

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