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General Mills Program Encourages Healthy Eating In Hispanic Communities

September 28, 2009: 07:34 AM EST
A three-year community-relations initiative designed by General Mills, Inc., last year to encourage Hispanics to eat tasty and nutritious foods has grown into an important resource for the communities it serves in California, Illinois, and Texas, according to the company, which launched the second year of Mente Sana en Cuerpo Sano (Sound Mind, Sound Body) with an awards dinner for community-based partners. The company's broader Hispanic platform, Que Rica Vida, creates materials in Spanish and English that help Hispanics combine their healthy food traditions with “the realties of life in the U.S.”
"General Mills Renews Commitment To Help Latino Families Eat Right", PR Newswire, September 28, 2009, © PR Newswire Association LLC.
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