The Produce Mom Launches April #ProduceChallenge
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - We here at AndNowUKnow love a good challenge, and we know all you out there in the produce industry do too. That’s why this month we’re taking up the April #ProduceChallenge from our friend Lori Taylor, The Produce Mom, herself!
So, what is the #ProduceChallenge? Put simply, it is a guide sent out each month by The Produce Mom, filled with seasonal produce, fun challenges, and positive encouragement, as well as tips, tricks, recipes, and facts that’ll help you and your family eat more fresh produce. What I personally love most about the #ProduceChallenge Calendar is just how interactive it is. Just click on any day of the calendar, each featuring a specially-themed produce item, for your fun fact or tip for the day.
Not at all a restrictive diet or a rigid plan that only serious healthy lifestylers can follow, the #ProduceChallenge plays well with all diets, the website explains. From gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, organic, conventional, and nut-free—this challenge does not force you to changing your current diet. Instead, it’s all about adding more produce!
“If there’s a produce item on the calendar that you can’t eat, simply replace it with another one you can,” The Produce Mom shares on her website. “As long as you’re eating fruits and veggies every day and trying new and different items, you’re doing it right!”
If you want to eat more fruits and vegetables, are tired of eating the same few fruits and vegetables week after week, and are looking for new and exciting ways to cook with fruits and vegetables, the #ProduceChallenge is probably for you! This week the theme is “Start Seeing The World Through Rose-Colored Glasses,” featuring a slew of beautiful red-hued produce items to stimulate your eyes and your appetite.
Think you’re ready to take up the competition for yourself? When you join the completely free program, you’ll receive a weekly email that contains family-friendly recipes, produce industry insights, and tips and tutorials that make eating more fruits and veggies easy.