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Publix Supports Youth Soccer

Your kids. Having fun. Staying fit.

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When you see them having fun at practice, you’ll know that signing them up was a good decision. And when you think of all the other benefits, you’ll know it was a great one. While your young players are out on the field showing their skills, they’re also learning positive exercise, nutrition, and character habits. That’s why Publix proudly supports youth soccer.

We know that being a soccer family means keeping busy, and providing proper nutrition can be a challenge. We’d like to offer some solutions to support your kids’ active lifestyle. To easily check a meal off your to-do list, try our Publix Aprons® Better Choice recipes. You can also order ahead from the Deli to enjoy convenient prepared food options like our delicious subs.

If you’re not yet a soccer parent, register your kids today! When fitness is fun for them, the future will be full of victories.


Click on your state’s youth soccer association logo to learn more and register a player.*

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*By clicking these links, you will leave and enter a state soccer association site operated and controlled by the association named in the link.


These recipes have the ingredients you want to support your soccer players’ active lifestyle, and they’re easy to make. Good news for the kids—they taste great too!

For breakfast. For dinner. For everything in between. Check out these other ideas.

View Aprons Better Choice recipes

Added sugars are everywhere! Or are they?

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What exactly are added sugars? They’re not the naturally occurring sugars you find in milk and fruits. They’re sugars and syrups that are added to processed or prepared foods and beverages.1 And they seem to be everywhere—especially in products intended for kids.

Added sugars abound in many drinks, snacks, and cereals, and can even sneak into less-obvious places such as ketchup, salad dressings, and pasta sauce.2 Obesity, cardiovascular disease, and high cholesterol levels are on the rise worldwide, and experts believe this is linked to excessive sugar intake.3,4

The good news is that there are some easy ways to limit added sugars in your soccer players’ diets.

For instance, these snacks are lower in added sugars. Have them on hand before and after games and practices.

  • Unsweetened applesauce
  • Fruit cups in natural juice (try GreenWise Peaches and Pears)
  • Juices without added sugar (try GreenWise juice pouches)
  • Raisins (plain, with no chocolate or yogurt coating)
  • Granola or cereal bars labeled with a Better Choice shelf tag
  • Yogurts labeled with a Better Choice shelf tag

You can set a positive example while shopping at Publix by introducing your kids to our Better Choice shelf tags. These tags identify items that have more of the nutrients you need, like fiber, and less of the things you don’t need, like added sugars. If your kids know what the tags mean, they’ll be in on a secret code that you can use to select snacks! You can even make a game of hunting down Better Choice versions of family favorites.

1 United States Department of Agriculture. “What Are Added Sugars?” Accessed September 21, 2018.
2 Cording, Jessica, MS, RD, CDN. "Looking to Reduce Your Family's Intake of Added Sugars? Here's How." July 31, 2018.
3 Vos, Miriam B., Jill L. Kaar, et al. "Added Sugars and Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Children: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association." American Heart Association. August 22, 2016.
4 Sahoo, Krushnapriya, Bishnupriya Sahoo, et al. "Childhood Obesity: Causes and Consequences." U.S. National Library of Medicine. April 2015.