"Veducation” (vegetables + education) means to educate someone to eat more vegetables. “You mean Baby Carrot and Broccoli School of Veducation?” was cited on Twitter on November 12, 2010. “Veducation” was used in the title of a newspaper article in 2011.
“Vegucation” (vegan/vegetarian + education) is a similar term.
@KatiSipp You mean Baby Carrot and Broccoli School of Veducation?
9:10 PM - 12 Nov 2010
Kamloops (British Columbia) Daily News
Veducation: Fruit and veggie program comes to one more Kamloops school
Robert Koopmans / Kamloops Daily News
December 12, 2011 01:00 AM
An apple for the teacher? Great. How about for all the students too? And maybe carrots, sweet peppers, blueberries and tomatoes as well.
“@HuffingtonPost: From #bacon lover to #vegan http://huff.to/K6PsYX ” #VEDUCATION @VegUtopia #eatyourvegetables #HUMNEWS #Food
1:22 AM - 22 May 2012
After watching the documentary, Veducation on netflix, I’m going to start eating more fruits and vegetables. This… http://fb.me/1FP07Vh03
11:49 AM - 21 May 2013
WEAU.com (Eau Claire, WI)
Kindergartners get “veducation” at local produce farm
Updated: Fri 8:17 AM, May 24, 2013
By: Courtney Everett
Merillan, WI (WEAU) - “Eat your vegetables!” A common phrase said at the dinner table when sitting down to eat with your kids. But how do you make those veggies more appetizing?
The J & A Produce CSA in Merillan, Wisconsin near Black River Falls had their 2nd annual Youth Day on the farm.
150 kindergartners from Forest Street Elementary School visited a series of 8 different stations to learn more about produce farming.
With a little ‘veducation’ kids we’re also eager to get their face painted with a watermelon, flower, worm or other fun options.
Ahtens (GA) Banner-Herald
Athens area “veducators” step up to the plate with locally-grown health initiatives
By ALLYN RIPPIN – updated Wednesday, July 29, 2015 - 6:17am
As a kid, nutrition advice came from mom: “Eat your vegetables.”
Today, nutrition education is taking center stage at both the local and national level. School cafeterias across the country, including Georgia, are getting salad bars. Hospitals are putting local produce on the menu for patients. It’s all part of an exciting new wave of “veducation” that seeks to improve the wellbeing of our communities through innovative health initiatives.
In Athens, a growing army of “veducators” are planting these seeds of change.