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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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Manatee School's Food and Nutrition Services department continues to expand, innovate offerings
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Eating On The Move: Healthy Pack-N-Go Snacks and Meals via
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The BEN Center Apr 25
LearnFit 'standing desk' inspires healthy habits for students - what are ur thoughts on standing desks in classrooms?
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The BEN Center Apr 25
- the benefits of pre-ordering lunch in schools via
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The BEN Center Apr 24
Schumer: Greek yogurt to be in nationwide via
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The BEN Center Apr 24
– This Is What Looks Like Around The World via
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The BEN Center Apr 23
RT : How and where food is served influences what kids eat. Get support from
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The BEN Center Apr 23
Just out via : How to make better lunches
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The BEN Center Apr 23
New Program Hopes To Bring Education To Elementary
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The BEN Center Apr 22
Youth in Jacksonville learn about & help teach parents via
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The BEN Center Apr 22
Save the Date – in 1 week - Wed 4/29 at 1 PM: Get Smart with the Alliance’s Food and Beverage Resources
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The BEN Center Apr 22
Things to Know: More Offer in the Classroom via
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The BEN Center Apr 21
A Simple Raises Kids' and Consumption via
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The BEN Center Apr 21
Happy National - healthy eating behaviors start in kindergarten & even earlier - healthy signage & nudges can be beneficial
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The BEN Center Apr 21
Michelle Obama launches interactive map and urges participation in the garden challenge via
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The BEN Center Apr 20
Reminder - register for the May 14-16 via
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The BEN Center Apr 20
"Kids who ate the veggies & cheese plate needed fewer calories than the kids who ate potato chips to achieve satiety"
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The BEN Center Apr 19
Feeding Hungry Tummies: Lunch Hour Strategies to Curb Food Waste via
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The BEN Center Apr 19
- Small Changes to Familiar Children’s Combo Meals can Help Cut Calorie Consumption via
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The BEN Center Apr 18
examines changes elementary made to student over last 8 schl years via
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