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Nickelodeon encourages kids to eat healthy in new StickyLickits partnership

Nickelodeon has stepped up in the move to encourage kids to eat healthily through a new partnership with the US firm, StickyLickits. 

The cast of SpongeBob and PAW Patrol will now be adorning fruit and vegetables across the US through a range of sugar-free edible stickers that can be used to decorate plates of the good stuff for kids to enjoy.

StickyLickits have been billed as a ‘must have for school lunch boxes, snack and meal times, and at birthday parties.’

StickyLickits founder and CEO, Linda York was inspired to develop a natural, edible and fun solution for children to eat more fruits and veggies, not just at mealtime, but to snack on throughout the day. 

“StickyLickits encourages kids to have fun with fruit and veggies which is a way of creating a healthy, new eating habit,” said York. 

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