Statement from Wendy Reinhardt Kapsak, MS, RDN President & CEO, Produce for Better Health Foundation

The Produce for Better Health (PBH) Foundation applauds the announcement that the White House has scheduled a conference on hunger, nutrition and health for September 2022, which is, coincidentally, National Fruits & Veggies Month.

Pear Bureau Northwest Announces Staff Appointments to Industry Boards

March 18, 2022 Pear Bureau Northwest

Kevin Moffitt, President and CEO, has been appointed to the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) Finance and Audit Committee.

Produce For Better Health Foundation Unveils Its Largest Have A Plant® Influencer Network to Inspire Millions Of Consumers Each Day

As the Produce for Better Health Foundation’s (PBH) award-winning Have A Plant® Movement continues to grow, so too does its network of committed influencer volunteers. The PBH Have A Plant® Ambassadors are a unique network of experts who regularly contribute content to PBH’s digital ecosystem and span three distinct points of influence: point-of-sale (retail); point-of-flavor (culinary & foodservice) and point-of-inspiration (lifestyle, nutrition & agriculture).

Produce for Better Health Foundation Reconvenes Industry Around Consumption For 2022 Consumer Connection Conference

This April, Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) will reconvene produce industry stakeholders, food system leaders, and top-tier consumer influencers for their annual Consumer Connection Conference, last held in-person in 2019. The 2022 event will take place April 18-20 at the Omni Resort & Spa at Montelucia in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Produce for Better Health Foundation Releases Gap Analysis Identifying Opportunities to Bridge the Disparity Between Federal Spending & America’s Consumption Crisis

9 out of 10 Americans do not eat the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables each day. Given its commitment to comprehensive consumption research, the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH), in partnership with Nutrition On Demand (NOD), released the DRAFT Fruit & Vegetable Gap Analysis: Bridging The Disparity Between Federal Spending & America’s Consumption Crisis report, which for the first time ever, will be open for a 30-day public comment period.