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If you have fussy eaters in your family and finding it difficult to manage, then Frankston Food Access Network (FFAN) may just have the solution. Based in Frankston, FFAN is the result of collaboration between the Frankston City Council, Peninsula Health and support from various community-based groups such as Groundswell and Pines Patch community gardens, Brotherhood of St Laurence and local residents. You can attend a FREE FFAN talk with advice and practical tips on getting fussy kids to eat their vegetables. This is led by a qualified dietician. You can also interact with fellow parents. Simply visit the website to register. FFAN appreciates your donation of a non-perishable food item that can be shared with the less fortunate when you attend the talk.