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Waitrose Continues Grow And Sell Gardening Program For School Kids

March 18, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
UK retailer Waitrose relaunched its “Grow and Sell” program, which encourages school children to grow vegetables and other crops. On its fourth year now, the program gives away “Grow and Sell” kits, with each kit containing seeds for species, such as basil, beetroot, lettuces, and snap peas. In addition to encouraging children to learn about where food comes from, the program also helps them develop entrepreneurial skills. As part of the program, participating children are encouraged to sell their produce outside their local Waitrose stores.
Carolyn Robertson, "Waitrose relaunches 'Grow and Sell' gardening kit scheme", The Grocer, March 18, 2016, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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