Utah grocery stores touting importance of family dinners

by | Sep. 28, 2010

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The black footprints on the floor of Dan's Foods in the Olympus Hills Shopping Center do more than lead customers to sales on food items. They also serve as a three-step program to help children avoid underage drinking. Step 1: Buy Don Julio chips. Step 2: Make nachos. And step 3: Eat with family. "Having dinner together is important, whether the dinner is homemade or takeout," Utah first lady Jeanette Herbert told parents during a press conference Monday. "What kids really want at the dinner table is you." Herbert was among those gathered at the store in celebration of Family Day — a day for families to eat dinner together.
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