Month: August 2016
Kids' Food Allergies

How to Handle Kids’ Food Allergies at Parties

The organization My Kid’s Food Allergies just launched a report to help you and your children navigate the Labor Day celebrations the healthiest and safest way possible. My Kid’s Food Allergies’ mission is to protect children with food allergies through education, resources and professional connections. They provide families with everything they need to live and […]

Is There Such Thing as “Super Foods?”

You don’t have to be a health nut to be acquainted with the term super food. From blueberries to broccoli, from kale to chia seeds, many foods have been crowned the super food title in the past decade by nutritionists, bloggers, doctors and anyone calling themselves a health expert. The term super food has become […]

Take the Pledge to “Power Your Lunchbox”

Produce for Kids is kicking off the third year of their amazingly successful Power Your Lunchbox Program to moms and dads across the nation who are committed to providing healthier lunches for their kids this school year. It’s so easy, a 5th grader could do it in their sleep! Just go to and click on […]

What does the new GMO labeling law mean to you?

President Obama has signed into law a bill that will require food companies to label the use of genetically modified ingredients, commonly known as genetically modified organisms or GMOs, in their products. This law received bi-partisan support and sailed through Congress quickly. However, don’t expect to see any GMO labeled packaging in your local stores […]

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