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Hass Avocado Board

Contact: 
Jessica Hall, Account Executive, FoodMinds
Email: 
jhall@foodminds.com
Phone: 
650-860-5010 ext. 304
Contact: 
Lauren Shelar, Account Supervisor, FoodMinds
Email: 
lshelar@foodminds.com
Phone: 
650-860-5010 ext. 303

Love One Today® is a science-based food and wellness education program developed to encourage Americans to include fresh Hass avocados in everyday healthy eating plans to help increase fruit and vegetable intake and as a delicious, cholesterol-free, whole food source of naturally good fats. Per serving (one-third of the medium fruit), avocados provide a good source of fiber, 6 grams of unsaturated fats and they are sodium- and sugar-free.    

Topics: 
AvocadoHeart HealthUnsaturated FatResearchRecipes

Mooney Farms

Contact: 
Ray Curley, Sales Manager
Email: 
raycmooneyfarm@aol.com
Phone: 
(412) 328-0174
Contact: 
Sandra Hickethier, Sales and Marketing
Email: 
mooneyfarm@aol.com
Phone: 
530-899-2661

Did you know that sun dried tomatoes pack more nutrition per ounce than fresh tomatoes? Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomatoes naturally have 12 times more lycopene than fresh tomatoes. Many studies, including those published in Cancer Epidemiology, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, The Journal of Nutrition, Biomarkers & Prevention, and more show that lycopene helps to improve immune function, reduce the risk of heart disease, certain cancer, diabetes, cataracts, asthma, and even offer protection from UV rays. 

Topics: 
Lycopene RichNo Added SaltNo Added SugarProduceGluten FreeKosher

National Fisheries Institute

Contact: 
Jennifer McGuire, MS, RD
Email: 
jmcguire@nfi.org
Phone: 
703-752-8893
Contact: 
Rima Kleiner, MS, RD
Email: 
rkleiner@nfi.org
Phone: 
703-752-8894

Dish on Fish is an initiative sponsored by the National Fisheries Institute to encourage Americans to eat seafood at least twice a week, as recommended by the US Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Seafood is among the only natural sources of healthy omega-3s, which boost brain and heart health. Come to DishOnFish.com to bookmark new seafood recipes and learn relevant, relatable and easy-to-understand health and nutrition information about seafood.Dish on Fish is an initiative sponsored by the National Fisheries Institute to encourage Americans to eat seafood at least twice a week, as recommended by the US Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Seafood is among the only natural sources of healthy omega-3s, which boost brain and heart health. Come to DishOnFish.com to bookmark new seafood recipes and learn relevant, relatable and easy-to-understand health and nutrition information about seafood.

Topics: 
FishHeart healthyPregnancySeafoodOmega-3

National Onion Association

Email: 
prdirector@onions-usa.org
Phone: 
970-353-5895

The amazing onion provides layers of flavor, color, and texture to a wide variety of dishes and cuisines. On the surface, they seem like a simple vegetable, but underneath they have an interesting story, and their appeal goes far beyond flavor when you consider their role in history and our health.

Onions are prized not only for their flavorful addition to our meals but for their value-added health components.

High in vitamin C, onions are a good source of fiber and contain only 64 calories per one-cup serving.In addition, onion bulbs have a unique combination of three families of compounds scientists believe to have valuable effects on human health — fructans, flavonoids and organosulfur compounds.

 

National Watermelon Promotion Board

Contact: 
Juliemar Rosado
Email: 
retail@watermelon.org
Phone: 
407-657-0261

The National Watermelon Promotion Board (NWPB), based in Winter Springs, Florida, was established in 1989 as an agricultural promotion group to promote watermelon in the United States and in various markets abroad. Funded through a self-mandated industry assessment paid by more than 1,500 watermelon producers, handlers, and importers, NWPB’s mission is to increase consumer demand for watermelon through promotion, research and education programs. 

Watermelon is a multivitamin unto itself, with each serving providing an excellent source of Vitamin C and a good source of Vitamins A and B6 with only 80 calories. Watermelon consumption per capita in the United States was an estimated 15.9 pounds in 2016. Watermelon consumption in the United States was approximately 5.1 billion pounds in 2016 according to Agricultural Marketing Service, an agency within the United States Department of Agriculture. The United States exported an additional 348.7 million pounds of watermelon. 

Topics: 
Fruitwatermelon

North American Olive Oil Association

Contact: 
Eryn Balch, Executive Vice President
Email: 
ebalch@naooa.org
Phone: 
315-709-9893
Contact: 
NAOOA Office
Email: 
info@naooa.org
Phone: 
773-922-3008

Since 1989, the North American Olive Oil Association has been conducting research, monitoring olive oil quality in the marketplace, and promoting the health and culinary benefits of olive oil. Countless studies continue to prove the many benefits of including olive oil in our diets and yet consumers and chefs often remain confused about the various types of olive oil and the most effective ways to use each of them. Contact the NAOOA for industry statistics, tips on selecting olive oil and reading olive oil labels, substitution suggestions, consumer and foodservice research, recipes and photos, olive oil myth-busters, and more! 

We invite health professionals to join us at our Second Annual Olive Oil Conference. Insights from experts related to health, cooking and trade will be delivered always with a focus on practical applications.

Topics: 
Olive oilHeart healthyLow cholesterol/cholesterol freeLow sodium/sodium free

Oldways

Contact: 
Matt Moore, Program Coordinator
Email: 
matt@oldwayspt.org
Phone: 
617-896-4850

Oldways is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating people about healthier food choices. Most of the nutrition messages consumers hear convince them that all eating leads to guilt (I ate it!) or deprivation (I didn’t!). Oldways espouses a third way — a message of delicious plenty, with practical specifics about building a life-sustaining relationship with good food. 
 
Through our programs, we have developed a myriad of resources, many of them free and easily downloadable. In addition to the Oldways Nutrition Exchange, we invite you to explore our other Oldways programs including:

siggi's dairy

Contact: 
Abigail Kinnear, RDN, Nutrition Communications Lead
Email: 
abigail.kinnear@siggisdairy.com
Phone: 
212-966-6950

For the following resources, please email abigail.kinnear@siggisdairy.com.

Health and Wellness resources

Recipes

Nutritional Information

Coupons

Demo kits (customizable)

Diabetes resources

Topics: 
Diabetes-friendly foodsDairyYogurtGluten FreeCalcium

Unilever

Contact: 
Gina Ruskie, RDN, Nutrition and Health Manager
Email: 
gina.ruskie@unilever.com
Contact: 
Danielle Johnson, Marketing Manager, Foods
Email: 
danielle.johnson@unilever.com

Unilever launched the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan as a blueprint for achieving our vision to grow our business, while decreasing our environmental footprint and increasing our positive social impact.  A key pillar of this global initiative is to help more than a billion people take action to improve their health and well-being.  

Our vision is to make food that tastes good, does good, and doesn’t cost the earth.  Hence, we are launching a new in-store platform, “Make Meals that Do More”, that will provide your shoppers with deliciously simple nutritious recipes with sustainability messaging to help drive category growth.  

Topics: 
SustainabilityNutritionCulinaryRecipesIn-store marketing/programming

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