Watertown Woman’s Magazine Teaches Kids About Healthy Eating

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Watertown’s Sally Sampson started ChopChop magazine in an effort to teach kids they can eat tasty and healthy food and her non-profit group is a finalist in the startup accelerator MassChallenge.

The Boston Herald recently profiled Sampson and her not-for-profit publisher Chop Chop Kids, which she founded in 2010. She started by trying to find recipes that are both cheaper and healthier than fast food.

See the article here: http://bostonherald.com/business/healthcare/2014/08/chop_chop_eat_healthy

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