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What are some healthy snacks to offer during a meeting break?

Depending on the length of the meeting, consider whether it is necessary to offer a healthy morning and afternoon food break. The following are some light refreshment options:
  • sliced fresh fruit and vegetable tray -- offered with low-fat dips
  • whole grain crackers or granola bars -- look for 5 grams (g) fat or less per serving
  • an assortment of low-fat cheeses and whole grain crackers
  • baked pita chips served with hummus
  • whole grain muffins (cut in half if not serving mini muffins) and whole grain breads
  • low-fat yogurt
  • pretzels, popcorn, baked chips and trail mixes

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