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The BEN Center
The BEN Center uses principles from behavioral economics & research-based solutions to encourage children to make healthier food choices in school lunchrooms.
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The BEN Center Dec 2
Be the reason someone smiles today!
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The BEN Center Nov 30
! Scroll through the photo gallery for mouth-watering you'll want to make at home.
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The BEN Center Nov 28
Our strategies can develop healthier kids AND yield financial benefits to your school cafeteria.
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The BEN Center Nov 28
We love hearing that! Be sure to send pics!
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The BEN Center Nov 27
All the more reason to serve a at your school.
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The BEN Center Nov 24
Happy Thanksgiving! Tag a professional, school, or administrator you're thankful for.
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The BEN Center Nov 23
The benefits of "nudging" are not limited to schools.
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The BEN Center Nov 22
"If a pill could give you all benefits of exercise, it would be the best pill around” -Edward Laskowski
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The BEN Center Nov 17
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The BEN Center Nov 15
tip supported by : make healthy options more appealing to students!
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The BEN Center Nov 12
Eat Right Nutrition has some mindful eating advice for your next night on the town.
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The BEN Center Nov 10
Watch Brian Wansink's TedX talk about . Many of these same principles can apply to your lunchroom!
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The BEN Center Nov 8
Message from Brian Wansink : To sell like a successful restaurant, you have to think like a successful restaurant.
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The BEN Center Nov 3
With fall comes a bounty of nutritious vegetables & they're so easy to prepare! What are your favorite ?
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The BEN Center Nov 2
If you're not placing fruit front and center in the lunch line, you could be missing out on major sales!
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The BEN Center Nov 1
A recent found that when desserts are described with rich sensory terms, people choose smaller portions.
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The BEN Center Oct 26
Tip: To minimize tummy aches and that oh-so-scary sugar rush this Halloween, give the kids a nutritious dinner before they trick-or-treat.
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The BEN Center Oct 25
TIME magazine has some tips to make this Halloween your healthiest yet- without sacrificing the fun.
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The BEN Center Oct 24
Halloween party coming up? These non-candy snacks are a hoot! Tag someone who would have fun making these.
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The BEN Center Oct 21
Team Nutrition has developed an easy-to-follow guide for reducing food waste for all audiences. Download here:
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