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Pod Bites: Veg Power - Helping children to eat more veg


In this week's Podbite, Veg Power's CEO, Dan Parker tells us about Simply Veg's new initiative to support families and kids in eating more vegetables, highlighting the challenges faced by parents. He says that the launch of a new e-learning platform which was developed with the involvement of nutritionists and child psychology experts, emphasizes the importance of personalized experiences in health education.


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