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put yourself in my shoes Why I'm the cupcake police
Posted 2/20/2018 - Put yourself for a minute in some kid-sized shoes. Let's call you Maggie. You are in third grade. Your dad works full time and he picked you up from the afterschool program at 6:00 p.m. You and dad got home about 7:00 p.m. because you had to stop by...

A mural designed to inspire kids to choose more fruits and vegetables will be unveiled at Burbank Preschool Feb. 23, 2018. New preschool food mural to encourage healthful eating to be unveiled Feb. 23
Posted 2/16/2018 - Students' surroundings can greatly impact their learning and health, research has shown. In an effort to enhance nutrition, learning and health for these students in Oakland, the University of California Cooperative Extension, UC CalFresh Nutrition...

Farmer Paul Buxman says his Sweet Home Ranch jam (right) is so addictive, it's 'barely legal.' Farmers can increase income by expanding small operations with creative new businesses
Posted 2/9/2018 - Farms that sell only fresh produce are dependent on buyers for markets and pricing. The UC Cooperative Extension small farms team in Fresno and Tulare counties believes farmers can earn more money by taking production a step further, by adding extra...

Guacamole and salsa shouldn't be left out for longer than 2 hours. On Super Bowl Sunday, don't drop the ball on food safety
Posted 2/4/2018 - At Super Bowl parties, dropped passes and missed tackles should be the only things making football fans' stomachs churn. Leaving food out for more than two hours can be hazardous to your health and that of your guests, cautions a UC Cooperative...

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