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If the "mini-farm" option is not workable, consider having your children assist you in selecting fresh fruits and vegetables from a local Farmer's Market or the produce section at the grocery store. Empower your children to make choices and urge them to select new fruits and vegetables that the family might not have tasted before.
Another option to stimulate eating more fruits and vegetables could include food preparation. Turn your nutrition goal into a "recipe research project" with your children looking up ways to prepare new fruit or vegetable lunchbox goodies.