A week or two ago, I mentioned the children's singer Wayne from Maine and his vegetables song, simply because my kids had recently enjoyed his performance. On reflection over the following week, I recalled a bunch of other songs by kids' singers and grown-up singers, whose food themes might have been equally worth mentioning.
The delightful local children's pop singer Steve Roslonek, whose act is called SteveSongs, has a "Veggie Song" on his recent album. My kids have called his the best show they ever saw (see here for more context on their reviewing standards). Other tracks from the same album -- including the title track Marvelous Day (.mp3 clip) -- are charming. So it must be good.
Want more on this theme? See, for example, this page from Songs for Teaching, with lyrics and music clips for more than a dozen children's songs on nutrition themes. I can't vouch for all of the nutrition details. "Vitamin Si" by John Forster and Michael Mark is a charming ode to citrus fruits and berries, but I'm making a mental note to ask my nutrition colleagues if it oversells vitamin C as a cure for the common cold. "Potato," by folk singer Cheryl Wheeler, already had a soft spot in our music shelf for kids, but it earned its spot through its silly rhythm, not its nutrition merits.