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January 11, 2018

Sponsor our 2018 Annual Conference!
Free Webinar: Peeling Back the Onion on Emotional Well-being May Help Americans Eat More Fruit and Vegetables
January Social Media Posts
#ProgressNotPerfection Twitter Party
Thank You! New and Returning Donors



Sponsor our 2018 Annual Conference!


Reach industry influencers by sponsoring the 2018 Consumer Connections Conference being held April 4-6, 2018 in Scottsdale, AZ. Companies and individuals will unite for a noteworthy 3-day conference full of high-energy sessions, one-on-one business meetings, and up-to-date research. We have a few sponsorship opportunities left including educational sessions, food/snack features and more!


Contact our Development Department for more information.


Free Webinar: Peeling Back the Onion on Emotional Well-being May Help Americans Eat More Fruit and Vegetables


Consumers desperately desire to implement health and wellness behaviors into their life, including increasing intake of fruit and vegetables. And each year in January, they resolve to do so. However, as soon as “life” gets in the way, motivation and ease of realizing these new habits often diminish. As a society, we are back to where we started—fruit and vegetable intake that continues to fall well below recommended levels, having potentially detrimental health effects.


Join us on Tuesday, January 23rd at 12pm EST as we share critical behavioral science insights to facilitate continued momentum toward increased fruit and vegetable intake. Register Here


Visit the Webinar page on the website to view previous webinars on fruit and vegetable topics as well. CPEU's are available.


Feel free to contact Allison Kissel if you have any questions.


January Social Media Posts


2018 is definitely something to celebrate! New resolutions, healthier meals, and a healthier you! Help your fans kick off the New Year with our social media posts!


#ProgressNotPerfection Twitter Party


#ProgressNotPerfection Twitter Party
Small changes can go a long way! Join us and Stemilt Growers on Wednesday, January 17th at 1pm ET as we share ways to incorporate apples and other fruits and veggies into your everyday meals and snacks to make it healthier! #ProgressNotPerfection


Help promote the party using the samples below!

  • 2018 is all about #ProgressNotPerfection! Join & @Fruits_Veggies & @Stemilt on 1/17 @ 1pm ET to learn new ways to include more FVs into your diet!
  • Nothing is perfect but as long as you're progressing, that's all that matters! Join @Fruits_Veggies & @Stemilt on 1/17 @ 1pm ET for their #ProgressNotPerfection Twitter Party!
  • Small changes can go a long way! #ProgressNotPerfection is what we're aiming for in #2018! Join @Fruits_Veggies & @Stemilt Twitter Party on 1/17 @ 1pm ET to learn ways to make small changes to make your diet better!

Thank You! New and Returning Donors


PBH is pleased to recognize the following companies who have contributed their support of the Foundation from November 28, 2017 through January 9, 2018.  Your generous contributions help support PBH’s many activities to increase fruit and vegetable consumption. To find out how you can support PBH, and grow your business in the process, contact the PBH Development Department.


New Donors:
National Mango Board


Donors Who Increased Their Annual Contribution:
Amvac Chemical Corporation
Donelan's Supermarkets


Returning Trustees ($10,000+ Contribution):
Ahold USA
Apio, Inc.
Chelan Fresh Marketing
Driscoll's, Inc.
Monsanto Company
Seneca Foods Corporation
Taylor Farms
United Fresh Produce Association


Returning Donors:
Babe Farms, Inc.
Big Y Foods, Inc.
Bowman Fruit Sales
California Fig Advisory Board
DiMare Fresh, Inc.
Family Tree Farms Marketing, LLC
Hannaford Supermarkets
Knouse Foods, Inc.
Oneonta Starr Ranch Growers
Peter Condakes Company, Inc.
Sage Fruit Co LLC
Sysco / FreshPoint




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