The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH), a 501(c)3, is the only national non-profit organization committed to helping people live happier, healthier lives by eating more fruits and vegetables in all their glorious forms every day.
Our flagship event, The Consumer Connection, is the perfect place to make meaningful connections with industry leaders from across the supply chain, and consumer-facing influencers from retail, foodservice, culinary, fitness, and healthy lifestyle digital and social spheres. In addition to the unique networking opportunities, each day is energized by inspiring and informative educational sessions that deliver proven actionable intelligence for use well beyond the conference. In between all of that, theres fabulous plant-forward cuisine in a gorgeous location.
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Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH), a nonprofit 501(c)(3), is the only national organization dedicated to helping consumers live happier, healthy lives by eating more fruits and vegetables, including fresh, frozen, canned, dried and 100% juice, every single day.
Since 1991, PBH has invested decades into developing trended insights on attitudes toward all forms of fruit and vegetable consumption, in addition to campaigns and partnerships with government, food industry stakeholders, health professionals and other thought leaders to collaborate, facilitate and advocate for increased intake. Campaigns included first, the 5-A-Day program, and then, the Fruits & VeggiesMore Matters public health initiative. While five fruits and vegetables each day is great advice, and more will always matter, PBHs new behavior-based call-to-action is Have A Plant. Rooted in behavioral science, PBHs transformative Have A Plant movement is an invitation that will inspire people with compelling reasons to believe in the powerful role fruits and vegetables can play to create happy, healthy and active lives.
Be sure to join the Have A Plant movement and get new recipes, snack hacks, meal ideas and other tips from chefs, registered dietitians, as well as food and wellness experts by visiting www.fruitsandveggies.org. Follow us on Facebook @fruitsandveggies; on Twitter @fruits_veggies; on Instagram @fruitsandveggies; on Pinterest @fruits_veggies; and on LinkedIn at Produce for Better Health Foundation. And remember to #haveaplant.