Produce for Kids Adds Bloggers Katie Serbinski, Holley Grainger, Derek Campanile, and Adriana Martin
ORLANDO, FL – There’s much to celebrate over at Produce for Kids, not the least of which is the growth of its blog by four new contributors in time for its 5th birthday.
“Our team of blog contributors take into consideration what they are hearing from their online audiences and what’s happening in their own homes before creating posts for the Produce for Kids audience,” Trish James, Vice President at Produce for Kids, said in a press release. “What’s great is that every contributor has their own niche so the content is very diverse.”
Joining the company’s team are two well-respected registered dietitians and social influencers, as well as a full-time working dad and home chef and a highly-regarded Latina blogger and grandmother.
The latest voices to be found on the Produce for Kids Blog include:
- Katie Serbinski, Registered Dietician, author of MomToMomNutrition.com, and a millennial mom of two.
- Holley Grainger of HolleyGrainger.com, Registered Dietician, mother of two, and former nutrition editor for CookingLight.com and MyRecipes.com.
- Derek Campanile, the blog’s newest dad, and passionate home cook who creates delicious and easy-to-follow meals through his blog Dad With A Pan.
- Adriana Martin, grandmother, step-mom, wife, and author of AdrianasBestRecipes.com who has been recognized by LATISM in its Top 100 most influential Latina bloggers.
These four will join current PFK team of contributors in publishing content twice weekly to provide readers with anything from tips to save money in the produce department, to creating a weekly meal plan, kitchen organizing advice, and more.
“In addition to offering our audience the content they are looking for on a regular basis, we are also able to connect our blog contributors to the brands who partner with us,” James concluded. “We utilize their expertise on our Twitter parties and in the Ask the Expert series. Our blog contributors are essentially our front line when it comes to encouraging families to eat more fruits and veggies.”
Click here to visit Produce for Kids’ blog and see what has been pushing produce consumption for millennial parents for five years and counting.