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Baking Whole Grain-Rich Foods ($)

CEU 1

Saturday Summit presented October 16, 2021

1 hour credited CEUs

Whole grain-rich baking can be a signature part of your program that benefits menus, snacks, and acceptance while also helping your bottom-line. Learn how to choose a few signature favorite foods and align them with baking activities to involve children and parents in the science, literacy, art, food safety and math to boost benefits beyond the plate. Take home whole grain-rich baking resources.

Presented by:

Sharon Davis

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