OSU Extension works through statewide issue teams to address health and hunger; safety and environment; finance, jobs and employment; and family and child resilience. In 2016, class evaluation data revealed a 57 percent decrease in those who planned to eat snack foods and drink sugar-sweetened beverages.
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