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Eating differently colored fruits and veggies provides a variety of vitamins and minerals that are the building blocks of good health. Make sure your child gets to try every color!

"Your Guide to Vitamin & Mineral Supplements." Mayo Clinic. 2011.
"Follow the rainbow to your health." Mayo Clinic Health System. April 12, 2016.


Strawberries, cherries, raspberries, red peppers, beets, tomatoes, and watermelon


Carrots, peaches, pineapple, sweet potato, corn, orange peppers, butternut squash, and pumpkin


Spinach, asparagus, avocado, broccoli, green beans, peas, and Brussels sprouts


Blueberries, eggplant, beets, blackberries, purple grapes, raisins, and figs


Potatoes, banana, onions, cauliflower, and mushrooms

Note: Be sure to cut all foods into small pieces for your child before serving. Choking hazards include whole grapes, dried raisins, and other dried fruits. Remove all pits, stems, and seeds from foods such as cherries and peaches.

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