Potatoes are Americans' favorite vegetable. According to Potatoes USA consumer data, nearly three out of four Americans eat potatoes at least once a week.
As the Produce for Better Health Foundation’s award-winning Have A Plant Movement continues to grow, so too does its network of committed influencer volunteers.
As the foodservice industry experiments and embraces plant-forward trends, fresh produce companies have a responsibility to make sure those plants are fruits and vegetables.
The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) is convening an intimate virtual influencer event to satisfy the strong desire for meaningful, memorable connectivity among industry and those that inspire consumers’ fruit and vegetable consumption behaviors.
Get your passports ready and your suitcases packed! The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) is inviting everyone to use their imagination and join the Have A Plant Movement for a trip around the globe this September for National Fruits & Veggies Month (NFVM).
On May 20, the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) hosted its first-ever Have A Plant Media Meet Up with top-tier journalists and media professionals from major food and nutrition consumer media outlets, such as Good Housekeeping, Health and Parents among many others, as part of its strategic efforts to prioritize consumer media relations and inspire millions of Americans to enjoy more fruits and vegetables.
The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) is poised to significantly extend the far-reaching impact of its award-winning Have A Plant Movement through the growth of its elite ambassador network.
Amidst the uncertainty and obstacles faced in 2020, the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) and its members worked together to achieve new milestones worth celebrating.
The California Walnut Board, in partnership with the Produce for Better Health Foundation, announced today the launch of Have A Plant: The Plant-Forward Eating Guide.
The Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich features a MorningStar Farms Black Bean Patty layered with an egg white omelet filled with spinach, bell peppers, and onions, topped with aged white cheddar cheese, served on a multigrain thin.