PBH is pleased to collaborate with educators within the private and public sector, state fruit and vegetable nutrition coordinators, school foodservice personnel, and a variety of individuals within the public health community by providing a wide variety of resources and materials.
WHAT'S YOUR AREA?
Topic: Facts, Not Fears. Reassuring Consumers About the Safety of All Produce.
Health & Wellness Resource Guide for Fruits and Vegetables
This comprehensive guide includes information on common fruit and vegetable topics, dispelling concerns, and product specific promotion tools. Download Guide [28MB]
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MyPlate Recipe Book
Full color photography enhances this beautiful collection of 30 balanced meals meeting USDA's MyPlate guidelines.
Standard Version | High Quality Print Version [45MB]
Fruit & Veggie Connection
A PBH magazine published twice a year for health professionals that helps summarize relevant and important information related to fruit and vegetables.
Fall 2016 [Issue 7]
Spring 2016 [Issue 6]
Fall 2015 [Issue 5]
Spring 2015 [Issue 4]
Fall 2014 [Issue 3]
Spring 2014 [Issue 2]
Fall 2013 [Issue 1]
All Forms Activity Book
Check out our 12-page "All Fruits & Veggies Matter" Activity Book for kids. Our very own FoodChamps guide these educational games and coloring pages developed to help kids ages 6-9 learn about the benefits of all forms of fruits and veggies. Download Activity Book
Why All Forms Matter Brochure (Short Version)
Why All Forms Matter Brochure (Full Version)
PBH Resource Guide for Schools
Based on the 2012 Behavioral Economics and the Psychology of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption review, these strategies, tools and resources are designed to help consumers include more fruits and vegetables. Resource Guide for Schools [PDF]
Quick Guide PBH's Online Resources for Worksite Wellness [PDF]
Fruits & Veggies—More Matters Website