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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 Mar 25
The huge influence of 'Lunch Lady Land' via
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The BEN Center Mar 25
Stuck on and - Putting Classroom Lessons Into Practice via
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The BEN Center Mar 25
RT : Splash of color, whimsy inspires kids to make choices
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The BEN Center Mar 24
How to induce to eat more fruits and veggies? Bring in a via
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The BEN Center Mar 24
RT : Great job school food service professionals. 91% of schools meeting healthier meal standards
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The BEN Center Mar 23
Great article via discussing strategies - chefs in schools & veggie/fruit placement
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The BEN Center Mar 23
Nutrition Could Impact Future Health via
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The BEN Center Mar 23
RT : Schools can use for simple, easy changes to encourage healthy eating.
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The BEN Center Mar 22
- "On average 85% of supermarkets now have a corporate dietitian on staff, & 30% have RDs in stores"
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The BEN Center Mar 22
RT : Where do you like to eat? Bring similar concepts to your school lunchroom.
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The BEN Center Mar 21
- behind the scenes of Cambridge’s lunch via
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The BEN Center Mar 21
Happy National ! Possible fruit option as we head into the spring?
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The BEN Center Mar 20
– bundle white as the default beverage into all grab-and-go available to students
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The BEN Center Mar 20
MT : Come & get fresh fruits & veggies! Another success makes for healthier choices
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The BEN Center Mar 20
- Dad And His 8-Year-Old Son Are Creating A Pun-Fueled Food Map Of Every US State via
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The BEN Center Mar 19
MT : Where do you like to eat? Bring similar concepts to your school lunchroom.
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The BEN Center Mar 19
RT : Say "Would you like an apple or orange?" Rather than "Go back and get a fruit."
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The BEN Center Mar 19
Kids' Bad Diets May Mean Worse as Adults via
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The BEN Center Mar 18
Happy - taste-test program steers from to via
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The BEN Center Mar 18
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