My inbox is overloaded with keyword news alerts. The amount of “plant based” news that has little to do with fruits and vegetables is astounding – and, frankly, kind of depressing sometimes.
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.
Fruits and vegetables are at the forefront of recommendations for 2020-2025 issued by the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services.
The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) recently concluded its second annual National Fruits & Veggies Month (NFVM) campaign, a month-long celebration of everyone’s favorite, most flavorful plants – fruits and veggies.
PBH is introducing these 24 change makers virtually given its annual Consumer Connection Conference was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 501(c)3 non-profit organization will be providing flexible options to deliver supporter value, including offering full refunds for all registrations. PBH will be reaching out to all stakeholders with targeted correspondence to determine next steps.
Carrie Taylor’s PMA Fresh Summit experience was similar to many attendees’: she looked for fresh produce trends and met with existing and potential customers.
While the produce industry looks to connect with consumers as their lives change via technology and sustainable efforts, PMA CEO Cathy Burns stressed appealing to their emotions.
PRESS RELEASE July 22, 2019 – As part of the Produce for Better Health Foundation’s BB …
I went to the store at least six times in a week and STILL struggled to put together dinner every single night.