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Who Fills Your Grocery Store Shelves and Why? Thurs. 1pm ET

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Do you ever wonder who decides what brands and flavors of cereals are offered to you in your grocery store?
How do they select ones they want to sell from the hundreds made by food companies? How do they evaluate the quality, or do they? How about pasta? When you add up the number of kinds, shapes and brands, the choices filling store shelves are enough to make you dizzy. Why do they pick the ones they pick? Also, how do they stay ahead of the trends so you can find the latest and greatest when you walk in to pick up a few things. If you think about it, someone has already shopped for you, deciding what choices you will have when you shop. Who is that person and how do they decide what to put on their store shelves for you, their customer? An expert on this subject, Errol Schweizer, Senior Global Coordinator for Whole Foods Market, will be here to answer these questions for you as his job is always to be ahead of the curve in the food industry. He is known as a key influencer so don’t miss the chance to hear directly from him what’s behind the scenes in the food market world!

Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Errol, Co-Host Carolina and me as we explore the decision making process used by those who fill your grocery store shelves! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.

… for the health of your family,
ellen

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www.FuelYourDreams.org
www.FamilyFoodExperts.org

If you miss the live show, tune in on Sunday, 1pm ET, W4WN.com

Supplements for Kids. YES or NO? Dr. Bob Sears. Thurs. 1pm ET on W4WN radio

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The great debate: should kids be given supplements or not? Does age make a difference? When are they necessary, if at all? If so, what and how much? Also, how do you know which ones are reliable? What foods best take the place of supplements? Some see taking vitamins as an insurance policy, especially for picky eaters. What should a mom or dad do for their babies, toddlers and school children? We are so fortunate to have Dr. Bob Sears from the Sears Pediatric family as our guest in the Family Food Experts Kitchen this week to discuss the medical facts about nutrient supplements. He will give you guidelines to follow when making your own decisions. In other words, he will educate you so you can customize what is best for your family!
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Dr. Bob, co-host Carolina Jantac RD (Kid Kritics Approved)  and me to join the supplements for kids discussion! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.

… for the health of your family,
ellen

www.KidKritics.org
www.FuelYourDreams.org
www.FamilyFoodExperts.org

If you miss the live show, tune in on Sunday, 1pm ET, W4WN.com

Healthiest Processed Foods. RECIPES. Thursday, 1pm ET

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Is there such a thing as “healthiest processed food?” Can you buy packaged food that has retained needed naturally sourced nutrients during the processing? What should you look for on the packaging that will assure you it’s a good buy? Fortunately, our guest, Dawn Jackson Blatner, RD, Food and Nutrition Expert, Author of The Flexitarian Diet, has explored these questions and has answers for you. We know busy moms and dads are looking for ways to feed their families healthy foods that they can prepare and put on the table in minutes. And we know how confusing it is to run into a supermarket and figure out what to pull off the shelf and buy. Who has time to read labels? Who do you trust? Join us and have your notepad ready because Dawn and Co-host, Carolina Jantac, RD (Kid Kritics Approved) will give you a guide to the healthiest process foods your family will love!

Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Dawn and Carolina for help on how to shop for the healthiest processed foods with ease! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.

… for the health of your family,
ellen

www.KidKritics.org
www.FuelYourDreams.org
www.FamilyFoodExperts.org

If you miss the live show, tune in on Sunday, 1pm ET, W4WN.com