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Skim or 1 percent milk or fortified soy milk.
Fresh fruit. Keep at least one kind of fruit washed, cut, and stored in a clear plastic container where your kids can see and grab it.
Hummus. Dip carrots in this chickpea spread.
Low-fat yogurt. Mix fresh fruit into vanilla or plain.
100 percent fruit juice. Dilute it with water or seltzer. Try pre-diluted Wadda Juice single-serve bottles or Mott's for Tots boxes for car trips.
Bagged salad. Look for darker greens like baby spinach or a mix of multicolored lettuces like mesclun or field greens.
Lunch meats like turkey and lean roast beef.
Tortillas. They're a fun alternative to bread.
Fresh veggies. Buy your own to wash and chop. Or pick up prewashed, precut veggies like broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, snow peas, and celery to serve as a snack, toss into salads, or steam.
Low-fat cheese. Stock reduced-fat block cheese such as Cracker Barrel 2 percent milk cheese, reduced-fat string cheese, Laughing Cow minis, and part-skim shredded cheese.
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