- Author: Chris M. Webb
Fresh fruits and vegetables have been shown to improve children’s ability to learn while reducing the likelihood of obesity. When children are provided fresh, quality produce most of them prefer the produce over other foods.
In an effort to increase children’s intake of fresh produce a free, two-day training designed for school personnel and community partners will be traveling in our state this fall. The training will provide tools to support an increase of fresh fruits and vegetables on school campuses.
The training will be held in Ventura on November 9 and 10. While the training is free, registration is required. For further details, other dates or to register, please click here.