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Tips for "Choosy" Eaters

 

‘No! Yuck! Gross!'

If you've been around children during meal time, you've probably heard them express these negative sentiments when presented with unfamiliar foods.

At Red Rabbit, we've been creating our made from scratch meals and serving them to kids for over 10 years, so we've come across our fair share of cautious eaters.

Luckily, we know a thing or two about encouraging children to try new foods – and enjoy them!

Read on for some useful tips to transform “choosy” eaters into adventurous ones. Or download our Choosy Eaters worksheet to share with your network.

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