Renton Farmers passport program to encourage kids to eat fruits and vegetables

Known for its fresh farm produce and several other goodies, Renton Farmers Market is all set to launch the very first kid’s passport program.

Basically, this program is intended to help children keep track of their fruits and vegetable consumption. It is a six-week program. In this six week’s time, children are supposed to keep track of the consumption and bring their completed passports to the market at the end of a week, get it stamped and can enjoy the opportunity to win prizes.


In view of the fact that, the City of Renton and other South King County Cities forge ahead on a healthy program, local farmers markets take this opportunity to restore high calorie meals with fruits and vegetables. This method when followed along with some exercise is a key factor to a healthier well-being. Having said that, there will be some weekly events bashing out at the market which includes the “Taste of Renton” featuring one local restaurant dishing up some samples from 4:30 to 5 p.m

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