Jump with Jill, an organization that promotes healthy eating to kids through energetic concerts, has partnered for a second year with the Texas Department of Agriculture.
Jump with Jill plans to visit 20 schools and 20 child care centers in the Rio Grande Valley, according to program creator Jill Jayne, with the tour of child care centers beginning Oct. 10.
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has unveiled a new destination for kids exploring healthy eating.
The Georgia Department of Agriculture, Atlanta, is introducing a program, the Georgia Grown Test Kitchen, to increase awareness in local schools about the importance of proper nutrition.
Produce for Kids is partnering with a children’s cable television network to help promote healthy eating to parents.