Sunday Stamps 019: Children's health on New Zealand stamps

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I'm posting this early lest I forgot again. I'll be busy tomorrow entertaining guests who are visiting the city for the first time.

Here is one of the five stamps issued by the NZ Post in 2006 in support of the global health campaign "5+ a day". It is a campaign encouraging young and old alike to eat five or more servings of colourful fruits and vegetables everyday.



Isn't it a great way to spread the word?

6 comments:

Bob Scotney said...

Looking at the girth of many of the population it doesn't seem to have had much of an effect here.
Neat stamp, nevertheless.

Marcie said...

Kiwi stamp from Kiwi country, I like that. Haven't seen the stamp before!

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

I didn't notice until Marcie pointed it out - kiwis! Perfect. :)

Postcardy said...

Nice stamp. Here's a link to oghers in the series:
http://stamps.nzpost.co.nz/new-zealand/2006/childrens-health-5-day

Anglers Rest said...

Oh yes, so it is! I didn't realise that until I read the comment from Marcie.

Joy said...

Its a great idea to keep plugging the message (and kiwi is one of my favourite fruits).

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