Opal apples to arrive just in time for the holidays
Arriving just in time for the holiday season, Opal and FirstFruits Marketing will leverage the holiday giving spirit with a tagline of "taste the difference, make a difference" and will donate a portion of all Opal apple sales to charity through its Youth Make a Difference Initiative.
ChopChop magazine offers nutritious, easy-to-make recipes that appeal to kids and parents alike.
By Kendra Nordin, Christian Science Monitor
WATERTOWN, MASS. — At a stylish house in Watertown, Mass., with high ceilings and stained-wood floors, children gather in a gleaming white kitchen. Dressed in colorful clothes they are testing spicy foods – and making faces.
For years, cookbook writer Sally Sampson had wanted to write for children. No one was interested.
But by 2010, the time was right. Alarm over rising rates of childhood obesity was reaching new heights, as was awareness of the importance of cooking and eating real foods, not just for children, but for whole families and communities. Sampson seized the moment, launching ChopChop, a cooking magazine for children.