Friday, September 11, 2009

Eating Right Kids - Looney Tunes Helps Promote Healthy Eating!

Safeway and Warner Brothers have teamed up to help you, help your kids eat healthy!

Since my son began Kindergarten last week, his lunch is one of my current stresses. Does he eat what I put in his bag, if I allow him to buy lunch how will I know what he eats?

So many concerns now that my son's dietary habits among others are no longer in my hands during the day.

Safeway and Warner Brothers Looney Tunes, started Eating Right Kids. The are using some of our and our children's favorite cartoon characters and have created a full line of tasty foods that our kids will love.

From Cereal to Chewy snack bars, to juice and pasta everything our children like is now available. There are over 60 items to choose from and with 1700 Safeway locations throughout the US and Canada there is less reason to stress about dietary needs.

Warner Brothers Consumer Products and Safeway's Eating Right Kids, is on the front lines of making a positive impact on childhood obesity and diabetes.

Here is the sample I received:

The line includes categories such as breakfast foods, portable meals, dairy, snacks and beverages. Each product will feature such world-renowned Looney Tunes characters as Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Taz, Sylvester, Wile E. Coyote, Roadrunner, Marvin the Martian and Daffy Duck, who serve as ‘Mother’s Helper,’ making it easy for moms to spot better-for-you food and beverage items for their kids that taste great.
Thanks to Team Mom for allowing me the opportunity to review Eating Right Kids!

I received no payment to write this review. I was given the DVD for free to conduct my review. The words are all mine and I was not forced or asked to write anything you read here. In my opinion, a blogger review is the equivalent of me talking to my friends and family in my daily life, about a product I either love or don’t. All the opinions throughout my posts are strictly my own.

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