Nutrition leads younger consumers to sweet potatoes
I was dubious, but my friend swore by it. It was only about $50 at Target, so I decided to make the leap. After one test session I was in love. Not only was set-up and clean-up super easy, it made the perfect smoothie. So I banished the processed, boxed cereal for fresh or frozen fruit, almond milk, all-natural peanut butter, and some protein powder that I could whip into a delicious, filling meal in about 20 seconds.
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Whole Soul Nutrition Launches Healthy Choices for Kids
One way to reach these younger consumers is through digital marketing techniques. Charles Walker, executive secretary of the U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Columbia, S.C., says the school nutrition guidelines should continue to be helpful in sweet potatoes sales for school districts. In addition, Walker said he hopes to sell a larger amount of sweet potatoes to the U.S.
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Whole Soul Nutrition is committed to help tackle childhood obesity and the threat it poses to the health of our nation’s children and adolescents. Among the schools that will be participating in the Healthy Choices for Kids program are Drummond Montessori School (Chicago); Mildred I. Lavizzo Elementary School (Chicago); Moos Elementary School (Chicago); Mother Teresa Catholic Academy (Chicago); Nightingale Middle School (Los Angeles); Outreach Exceptional Learning Academy (Chicago); Pass It On Academy (Chicago); St. Pauls Lutheran School (Chicago); and William T. Sherman School of Excellence (Chicago), Darryl Coleman, Head Administrator at Chicago’s Pass it on Academy, says, “This program will give our inner-city children a chance to learn about health and nutrition, and how it affects their lives. We look forward to you [Whole Soul Nutrition] visiting our school and providing us with these insights to help our cause. I see this program growing to other schools in the Chicago Public School system.” Through its Healthy Choices for Kids program, Whole Soul Nutrition hopes to support schools across the U.S.
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