After a two-year hiatus, the Produce for Better Health Foundation is thrilled to announce they will bring 20+ influential retail dietitians and foodservice leaders to its 2022 Retail & Foodservice Immersion Event, held alongside the International Fresh Produce Association’s Global Produce & Floral Show, taking place October 26-29, 2022 in Orlando, Florida.
The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) is setting its sights on September to commemorate its fourth annual National Fruits & Veggies Month (NFVM) celebration.
The Produce For Better Health Foundation released its 2021 Annual Report showcasing the organization’s key accomplishments and results obtained throughout the year.
The produce industry must work together to persuade U.S. government agencies to fund fruit and vegetable consumption initiatives in order to improve public health.
Without going into detail, I would say that study’s analysis of daily fruit and vegetable consumption among Americans fits well with other facts and figures I have seen.
PBH Gap Analysis shows huge disparity in federal spending and the need to raise fruit and vegetable consumption- General News
Today the Produce For Better Health Foundation released its latest comprehensive research assessment of fruit and vegetable consumption-focused spending disparities in federal research, feeding and education programs, titled Fruit & Vegetable Gap Analysis: Bridging The Disparity Between Federal Spending & America’s Consumption Crisis, in partnership with Nutrition On Demand (NOD), a small consulting firm specializing in nutrition science, policy, and communications.
The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) recently expanded its team to further strengthen their food and nutrition expertise as well as their stakeholder engagement strategies.
The Produce for Better Health Foundation applauds today’s announcement that the White House has scheduled a conference on hunger, nutrition and health for September 2022, which is, coincidentally, National Fruits & Veggies Month.
American consumers are not in the habit of eating many fruits and vegetables. That has to change.
Pamela appears from Dallas, just after the golf tournament at the annual Viva Fresh event, which she says will be as big as ever. Meanwhile Greg has already returned to the office after attending the PBH Consumer Connection Conference in Scottsdale, AZ. Both events have a focus on ways to improve produce consumption and healthier eating.