The Cleveland Clinic kicked off a new healthy meal program called Eat Right at School with an event at Grindstone Elementary School in the Berea (OH) School District. Fourth graders at the school were treated to a taste testing of different fresh fruits and vegetables from a local farmer, and they also listened to a presentation from Clinic nutrition experts about the benefits of a healthy diet. Berea is the pilot site for Eat Right at School, a program the Clinic is pitching to other ...

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