Healthy Family Project Hosts Trivia Night for Dietitians at Food Nutrition Conference & Expo; Amanda Keefer Comments



Healthy Family Project Hosts Trivia Night for Dietitians at Food Nutrition Conference & Expo; Amanda Keefer Comments


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DENVER, CO - More than 100 dietitians gathered together in Denver, Colorado, for the annual Food Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE) thanks to the Healthy Family Project. Nutritious eating, family wellness, and advocacy combined as these nutrition professionals and sponsor brands came together for a lively evening of fun and philanthropy at Tamayo Restaurant.

Amanda Keefer, Managing Director, Healthy Family Project“We’ve always had a deep appreciation for the impact dietitians make in our communities,” said Amanda Keefer, Managing Director. “The goal of our event was to provide this key demographic the chance to kick back and have fun while learning more about our sponsors and the mission of Healthy Family Project.”

The event exceeded expectations by delivering a unique blend of networking, education, and charitable giving. Sponsors of the event included Envy™ Apples, LunchBots®, North Carolina Sweetpotatoes, Shuman Farms, USA Pears, and ¡Yo Quiero!®. The sponsors showcased their products and brand messaging during the event and were included in the restaurant’s culinary experience. To add an exciting twist to the evening, trivia questions were crafted around the event sponsors, challenging dietitians' knowledge while fostering a sense of camaraderie and awarding prizes.

Thanks to the Healthy Family Project, over 100 dietitians recently gathered together in Denver, Colorado, for the annual Food Nutrition Conference and Expo

A highlight of the night was the collective effort to give back to the community, noted the release. In alignment with the event’s theme, “fuel good, do good,” the event sponsors made a donation to the Food Bank of the Rockies. Together, they pledged the equivalent of 350,000 meals to support families in need. Charlene Moser, corporate partnerships manager at the Food Bank of the Rockies, spoke passionately about the crucial impact the food bank has in the Denver area, emphasizing the importance of such charitable initiatives.

Dietitians in attendance embraced the “fuel good, do good” theme, shared meaningful connections made during the event, and united in their dedication to advance the cause of healthy living.

Together, attendees pledged the equivalent of 350,000 meals to support families in need

Through the fostering of collaboration, the exchange of knowledge, and a strong commitment to philanthropy, Healthy Family Project reaffirms its unwavering dedication to promoting nutritious choices and overall well-being within families and communities.

Cheers to nutrition, philanthropy, and fresh produce!

Healthy Family Project



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