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Healthy eating for children by Mandy Francis, Infinite Ideas

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19. Pick your own

Taking children out to visit local food producers, pick-your-own farms, or better still, helping them grow their own fruit and veg is a great way to encourage them to eat more healthily.

When you encourage your children to discover where their food comes from, how it’s made and how it’s grown, it can make a real difference to the way they perceive and enjoy it.

It’s not just kids that are curious to know where their food comes from either – we all want to know exactly what we’re buying and how it’s produced these days. Local papers and your local council will usually have information on producers in your area that sell direct to the public, or log on to Big Barn at www.bigbarn.co.uk – a website that tells you where you can ...

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