Whole Grains for Big Brains

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. . .for this month’s Farm Fresh Food Day events featuring Whole Grain Blueberry Bars made with:

Dexter Food and Nutrition is ordering both of these products through Cherry Capital Foods, a local-to-local distribution company based in Northern MI.  We hope to help coordinate a long-term relationship between Dexter Food and Nutrition and Cherry Capital Foods, as it would allow lots of opportunities to support our local food system and connect kids with where their food comes from.

We will also have a special guest at Cornerstone and DHS!  Linda, the co-owner and miller at Westwind Milling CO., will bring her mortar and pestle to show students how grain is ground into flour.

Join the FUN!

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