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Wisconsin SNAP-Ed's FNV (fruits and vegetables) program is on a mission. The Mission? Get people to eat their fruits and vegetables! Buses, billboards, and social media feeds in Wisconsin have been getting a face lift, thanks to FNV.
FoodWIse is a program of University of Wisconsin-Extension that teaches students in school-based settings about healthy eating. FoodWIse lessons emphasize eating more fruits and vegetables, and decreasing sugar-sweetened beverages.