Power Your Menu with Plants: Plant-Forward Toolkit for Military Dining Facilities

G4G’s toolkit offers multiple ways to add more plant foods to your dining facility’s menu to help Service Members make performance-boosting choices for mission success.

Published on: April 28, 2022

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