Produce For Better Health Foundation Teams Up With Red Sun Farms and Lori Taylor for Spring Have A Plant® Movement
BRENTWOOD, MO - Get your Twitter fingers ready! A valuable discussion will be taking place on the social media site, as fresh produce purveyors from near and far will gather virtually to meld minds and share ideas. The Produce For Better Health Foundation recently announced it has teamed up with Red Sun Farms and Lori Taylor of The Produce Moms® to host a live #HaveAPlant tweet chat on Wednesday, March 31.
The Twitter event will be hosted by the noteworthy entrepreneur Lori Taylor, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Produce Moms, according to a recent press release. The Spring Have A Plant® Tweet Chat is in celebration of PBH’s April theme, Plants With A Purpose, as well as Earth Day, which takes place on April 22.
Attendees can tap into the chat to engage with fellow fresh produce advocates and share their expertise with consumers everywhere. Ideas shared during the chat will include tips, recipes, branding ideas, and more.
PBH’s Have a Plant Movement launched nearly two years ago in an effort to improve fruit and vegetable consumption amongst consumers through the use of emotion-based messaging. The movement has reached millions of consumers throughout 2020 alone, and received nearly 500 million social media impressions. Most recently, the foundation unveiled several new strategies to attract Gen Z and Millennial consumers with the release of its new 2021 Member Engagement Prospectus.
To prepare yourself for this exciting event, you can download the Plants With A Purpose Have A Plant® Tweet Chat questions here.
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