With beet juice staining his chin, Matthew Castaneda, 10, smiles at kitchen staff after sinking his teeth into some fruits and veggies brought into the cafeteria at Capitol Heights Academy in Oak Park. The Food Literacy Center’s after-school program is designed to help children develop healthy eating habits by exploring nutritious foods.
With beet juice staining his chin, Matthew Castaneda, 10, smiles at kitchen staff after sinking his teeth into some fruits and veggies brought into the cafeteria at Capitol Heights Academy in Oak Park. The Food Literacy Center’s after-school program is designed to help children develop healthy eating habits by exploring nutritious foods. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
With beet juice staining his chin, Matthew Castaneda, 10, smiles at kitchen staff after sinking his teeth into some fruits and veggies brought into the cafeteria at Capitol Heights Academy in Oak Park. The Food Literacy Center’s after-school program is designed to help children develop healthy eating habits by exploring nutritious foods. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Food Literacy Center seeks help teaching youngsters about healthy eating

November 28, 2014 06:29 PM

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