By: Melissa Scoggin, Community Health Leader Florida might be known for oranges and citrus, but did you know that 34% of tomatoes in the U.S. also come from the sunshine state? Unless you grow your own fruit and vegetables, it might be hard to tell what’s in season. This short guide will help you know your seasonal Florida produce better, and in turn, save you money when you buy at the right time. Spring Spring is the perfect time to grow Florida avocados.
Enjoy six weeks of live, virtual classes held every Wednesday evening • Cook along with Chef Anita from Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, or simply watch and learn • Encourage kids to try new foods as they help prepare recipes • Learn about healthy eating habits • Receive FREE produce prior to class Register and learn more about the other Health 360 classes here >>> http://bit.ly/HSPSignUp
Youth enrolled in afterschool programming at the City of St. Petersburg recreation centers participate in Healthy Kids educational activities each month. Click here to view and print this activity sheet to join in the fun at home!