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Product Sheets

Harvest of the Month product sheets feature one Texas-grown fresh fruit or vegetable each month. These sheets are designed to provide information to child nutrition team members about nutrition as well as selection, storage, and preparation tips for each product. Download the product sheets and distribute to your team.

Superhero Harvest of the Month Product Sheets (English and Spanish) – designed for nutrition programs that serve younger children (early learners and elementary students)


Harvest of the Month Product Sheets (English and Spanish) – designed for nutrition programs that serve older children and adults (middle school students, high school students, and adults)

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