When thinking about holiday treats to share, Bellingham schools encourage these thinking about serving food that includes minimally processed “whole” foods, especially fruits and vegetables; limits salt and sugar; avoids artificial colors, flavors and additives.
When thinking about holiday treats to share, Bellingham schools encourage these thinking about serving food that includes minimally processed “whole” foods, especially fruits and vegetables; limits salt and sugar; avoids artificial colors, flavors and additives. American Images Inc. Getty Images
When thinking about holiday treats to share, Bellingham schools encourage these thinking about serving food that includes minimally processed “whole” foods, especially fruits and vegetables; limits salt and sugar; avoids artificial colors, flavors and additives. American Images Inc. Getty Images

Schools encourage celebrating holidays with healthy choices

November 07, 2017 02:32 PM

UPDATED November 07, 2017 06:24 PM

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