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Each May, we shine an extra spotlight on the fabulous flavors and accessible and affordable foods of the Mediterranean Diet. This year we have multiple fun ways to get involved—read more below!

3 Ways to JOIN OUR 2024 CELEBRATION!  

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**Please note this contest is now closed**

This year we’re asking everyone to take part in our Mediterranean Diet Bingo contest throughout the month of May. To participate just follow these easy steps:

1. Download your Bingo Card (and read the contest terms & conditions)


Black and White PDF BINGO CARD

2. Complete the Mediterranean Diet activities written on the squares of your bingo card and mark the finished squares as you go. Your goal is to complete five squares in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally). Of course, we encourage you to complete extra squares as well!

3. Email your bingo card to for a chance to win goodies! By submitting your bingo card, you are agreeing to the contest terms and conditions.

4. Keep enjoying Mediterranean Diet foods and flavors, and stay tuned! We’ll be in touch via email if you are one of our randomly selected winners.

This year, we’re selecting 8 prize winners. 

  • 4, $100 cash prizes (via giftcards)
  • 4, Oldways Mediterranean Diet product bundles



If bingo isn’t your thing, there are still ways to celebrate! Take the delicious Mediterranean Diet Month Challenge and kickstart a routine of healthy and flavorful eating. Plus, you don’t have to do it alone! Here’s how to participate:

  1. Get your copy of the Make Every Day Mediterranean 4-Week Menu Plan book.
  2. Join our private Facebook group for followers of the Mediterranean Diet. 
  3. On May 1, begin cooking through the daily meal plan and create updates in the Facebook group, if you feel inclined! Stay connected, share your progress, and receive bonus tips and support all month long.



Did you know that heritage diets are more alike than different? If you are loving the Mediterranean way of eating, check out the Asian Heritage Diet, African Heritage Diet and Latin American Heritage Diet. 

Although culturally diverse in their recipes, flavor pairings, and ingredients, nearly all traditional diets are centered on a foundation of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, pulses, nuts, seeds, herbs, spices, and other plant foods. Meat, seafood and traditionally produced dairy products (like yogurt and cheese) were often used as a garnish, while cooking fats, such as olive oil, were used to dress up vegetables and other nutritious ingredients. Refined sweets, like cakes and pastries, were reserved for special occasions, not everyday indulgences. Learn more

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