Military Produce Group and Healthy Family Project Join Forces to Support Our Military Kids

Military Produce Group and Healthy Family Project celebrated the seventh annual Produce for Kids campaign in a big way with in-person and virtual events, produce department signage, and ads revolving around The Month of the Military Child. As part of the campaign, produce partners made a $4,000 donation to Our Military Kids, an organization that provides learning grants to children whose parents are deployed or recovering from combat injuries. 

Health-Conscious Brands Unite for Mission for Nutrition 2022

April 8, 2022 Healthy Family Project

During the month of March, Healthy Family Project aligned with health-conscious brands and more than 400 retail dietitians at 52 retailers as well as school nutrition directors in more than 100 schools for this year’s annual Mission for Nutrition. The digital, in-store, and in-school program focused on the importance of eating nutritious foods and the value of meal planning reaching more than 219 million consumers in March. 

Shuman Farms Continues to Lead Causing Marketing Initiatives and Giving Back Programs

March 1, 2022 Shuman Farms

For more than 20 years, John Shuman, President and CEO of Shuman Farms, has been a key-driver of cause-marketing in the produce industry. Through programs like Healthy Family Project®, their Feeding America® bag promotions, and supporting breast cancer awareness in October, giving back has always been a priority for Shuman and his company. 

Harps, Healthy Family Project and the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank Celebrate 2021 Donation

Harps Food Stores kicked off their 2022 Produce for Kids cause marketing campaign with a donation check celebrating the success of the 2021 campaign, which provided 80,000 *meals to four Feeding America® food banks in the Harps market area. The Harps campaign is part of the larger Associated Wholesale Grocers (AWG) Springfield Division campaign; including Pyramid Foods, Town & Country Inc, Woods Supermarkets, and G&W Foods Inc.; which has benefitted Feeding America® food banks in Arkansas and Missouri with 890,000 meals since 2017.

Stop & Shop Gives Back And Helps Families Headed Back-To-School Through

September 1, 2021 Produce for Kids

Produce for Kids and Stop & Shop are giving families the tools they need to navigate the back-to-school rush through digital resources, an E-commerce site and resources in the produce departments of more than 400 Stop & Shop stores. The month-long cause-marketing campaign, which spotlights partners such as Bolthouse, Envy™ Apples, RealSweet® Onions and Wonderful Pistachios, will culminate in a donation of 100,000 meals to the Downtown Evening Soup Pantry in New Haven, CT.