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Most days — we eat a lot of produce
About half the time — it’s hard to always get it on the table
Not very often — my kids are picky eaters
Never — it’s an unrealistic recommendation
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Thomas T. commented on June 21, 2012
Again, we just do not do enough. We have to do better!
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Jody E. commented on August 27, 2012
We offer tons of fruits and veggies. Summer is the greatest time to offer so much variety.
sharon s. commented on September 11, 2012
i have no children
kathy k. commented on November 20, 2012
I do not have school age children. But when they were in school, I emphasized the importance of eating a well balanced diet at school, It was easier to pack their lunches as I felt that I controlled what they ate. I am sure the swapped food too.
yvette m. commented on December 13, 2012
Half of the time