Two-year-olds Westley Cabral, left, and Robert E. Newton show off their carrots during snack time at Wanda’s Little Hands Educational Center Inc. in Raleigh. The center participated in a farm-to-child care pilot that will expand to include more than 160 Wake County day care centers.
Two-year-olds Westley Cabral, left, and Robert E. Newton show off their carrots during snack time at Wanda’s Little Hands Educational Center Inc. in Raleigh. The center participated in a farm-to-child care pilot that will expand to include more than 160 Wake County day care centers. sbarr@newsobserver.com
Two-year-olds Westley Cabral, left, and Robert E. Newton show off their carrots during snack time at Wanda’s Little Hands Educational Center Inc. in Raleigh. The center participated in a farm-to-child care pilot that will expand to include more than 160 Wake County day care centers. sbarr@newsobserver.com

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