Sprouts Farmers Market Announces New Livestream Series With Candice Kumai to Inspire Healthy Habits and Fresh Starts in 2022
PHOENIX, AZ - With the new year comes a heightened focus on healthy living, driving consumers’ eyes to all things fresh. As shoppers map out their health-forward New Year’s resolutions, Sprouts Farmers Market is offering a helping hand, tapping author Candice Kumai to host a series of Facebook live streams to inspire healthy eating habits throughout the month of January.
“Feeling better and leading a healthier life can begin simply by incorporating delicious, nutrient-rich foods into your everyday meals,” said Kumai. “My recipes and practical tips are informed by the ancient, time-proven rituals of my Japanese culture, and I can’t wait to share my knowledge to help viewers nourish their mind, body, and spirit.”
Kumai, who has been named “The Golden Girl of Wellness” by ELLE and Forbes, will bring her dynamic skillset as a classically trained chef and food editor to the series. The videos will go live every Thursday this month at 2 p.m. PST, according to a press release, uncovering timely tips to help shoppers utilize fresh, healthy, and seasonal solutions at home.
The list of this month’s live streams include:
- January 6 – Wellness Week: Learn how to supplement your health goals with essential vitamins
- January 13 – Clean it Up with Organic: Explore go-to organic swaps and recipes that make the switch a breeze
- January 20 – Neat-o Keto™: Fuel your body with nutrient-dense, low-carb options made with wholesome ingredients
- January 27 – Put More Plants on Your Plate™: Learn delicious plant-based kitchen hacks
Those in attendance will have the chance to win prize bundles, including copies of Kumai’s latest book, Kintsugi Wellness, and Sprouts gift cards. Viewers can download the Sprouts App to view weekly sales corresponding to each week’s live stream topic.
To tune in to and receive notifications for the live streams, click here.
Curious to see how this unique new launch will drive further traffic to the fresh produce department? ANUK will report as soon as we find out.