Bee Sweet Citrus Backs Healthy Family Project’s Annual Back To School Campaign; Monique Mueller and Tracy Shaw Comment
FOWLER, CA - We are now in the latter half of August, and you know what that means: school is almost upon us. With students heading back to the classroom and parents juggling a busier workload—sometimes that consumer is both—Bee Sweet Citrus has your produce aisles covered for the oncoming season.
“Citrus fruits are incredibly versatile, and many of our summer varieties are perfect for work, school, sports practices, and more,” stated Director of Communications Monique Mueller. “With health at the top of mind for many families, parents can rely on citrus varieties, like our Mandarins and Navel oranges, to help their children stay alert and focused throughout the day.”
As summer vacation ends for many families across the country, Bee Sweet Citrus has several citrus varieties available to help parents successfully transition to the back-to-school season.
Through the company’s offshore program, Bee Sweet Citrus has maintained a steady supply of oranges, Mandarins, and lemons for its customers throughout the summer months. To help families prepare for the back-to-school season, the company is also sponsoring Healthy Family Project’s annual Back To School campaign for the eighth consecutive year.
“The back-to-school season can be a stressful and exciting time for parents and children, and we are grateful that we have built an audience that looks to us for healthy recipes and parenting tips to help them through this time and beyond,” stated Healthy Family Project’s Senior Digital Marketing Manager Tracy Shaw. “The Back To School campaign with Healthy Family Project started in 2014 as our first digital program, and we are excited to celebrate our flagship digital program with incredible sponsors such as Bee Sweet Citrus!”
Healthy Family Project’s Back To School campaign provides families and educators with digital resources highlighting the importance of produce in a healthy diet. Additionally, the campaign provides $16,000 to International Fresh Produce Association’s Foundation for Fresh Produce to increase children’s accessibility to fresh fruits and vegetables in schools. Throughout the campaign, Bee Sweet Citrus and other supporting sponsors will showcase different ways produce can help families maintain a healthy diet while managing a hectic schedule.
“Each year, the new school season brings on a new set of responsibilities to students, parents, and educators,” continued Mueller. “We’re proud to provide families and caretakers with immunity-boosting citrus varieties year-round.”
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