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How to Grow Healthy Kids

Our children’s nutrition is vital to their health and development, both in school and in sports. Teach your kids about healthy choices today to establish healthy habits for tomorrow. Set a good example by involving them in meal planning, introducing them to cooking and portion control and getting active!

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What to Eat During Pregnancy

If you’re pregnant you have probably heard the phrase eating for two. It’s true that a pregnant woman's calorie intake grows during pregnancy, but simply doubling your calorie intake is not the solution for you or your baby.

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Regardless of whether banana selfies are an effective way to protest racism, banana snacks are undoubtedly an effective way to refuel the body.

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Founded in Hawaii in 1851, Dole Food Company, Inc., with 2010 revenues of $6.9 billion, is the world's largest producer and marketer of high-quality fresh fruit and fresh vegetables. Dole markets a growing line of packaged and frozen foods, and is a produce industry leader in nutrition education and research. The Company does business in more than 90 countries and employs, on average, 36,000 full-time, regular employees and 23,000 full-time seasonal or temporary employees, worldwide.

Banish Bacteria with Vinegar

Use a spray bottle filled with three parts water and one part distilled vinegar to banish bacteria from smooth-skinned produce like apples.

According to the journal of Microbiology, vinegar contains an acid that stops bacteria in their tracks. The culinary experts at Cook’s Illustrated put this theory to the test by comparing the effectiveness of vinegar solution against several other methods of removing bacteria from produce.

They found that vinegar solution removed 98% of surface bacteria (nearly beating the anti-bacterial soap, and four times as effective as mere rinsing alone). Brush scrubbing removed 85% of bacteria.

The Cook’s team also found that the vinegar solution was best for removing traces of surface wax and pesticides, but they remind readers to thoroughly rinse with water after washing in order to avoid any vinegary aftertaste.

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