United Fresh’s third annual BrandStorm™ attracted more than 225 attendees, nearly doubling attendance since year one (2015). Over the course of two days, attendees were inspired by packaging experts, learned how to differentiate their brands through storytelling and focused on leveraging date to support their budgets to grow their marketing ROI.
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In just seven years, Salad Bars to Schools, a public private partnership founded by United Fresh Start Foundation, Whole Foods Market, Chef Ann Foundation and the National Fruit and Vegetable Alliance, has given salad bars to more than 5,000 schools, investing over $12 million across all 50 states and providing nearly 3 million children with […]
Ag leaders upset by Trump immigration proposal, no guest worker markup Agriculture leaders are upset by President Donald Trump’s announcement Sunday that the administration wants to require e-verification of workers without a new proposal to bring in farm workers, and by the cancellation by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., of the markup of […]
New to this year’s line-up, the BrandStorm™ X-Change Sessions allow attendees to participate in small group conversations on critical marketing topics. Generate new ideas through dialogue led by discussion experts in collaboration with your peers on a variety of marketing topics that can take your brand to the next level. Have you ever considered: Campus […]
Salad Bars in Schools
The mission of the national Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools initiative is to increase children’s access and consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables by donating salad bars to schools nationwide. Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools supports First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative to end childhood obesity in a generation. The Centers for Disease Control […]