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  • Dole joins forces with Star Wars for healthier snacking
  • Dole joins forces with Star Wars for healthier snacking
    Nathan Rupert (2017) ©
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Dole joins forces with Star Wars for healthier snacking

Mickey Mouse and pals have long been used to get kids nagging their parents for treats. Packaged fruit brand Dole wants to replicate that effect with healthier snacks, by partnering with Disney and adorning bananas, pineapples and more with Star Wars characters.

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