Tiny Organics Selected by Michelle Obama’s Partnership for a Healthier America
Cultivating a Vegetable Loving Generation
Tiny Organics, the early childhood nutrition company announced its collaboration with Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) to ensure all children will live healthier lives, growing up to be adults free from obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic conditions. As part of its commitment to this shared goal, Tiny Organics is pledging $10,000 annually to support PHA’s efforts.
Tiny Organics will be announced as a Silver Level Sustaining Partner and participant at the PHA10: Accelerating a Healthier Future Virtual Summit, where Former First Lady Michelle Obama will also deliver remarks.
The Summit will convene virtually on April 28, 2020, from 1 to 3 p.m. EST. The digital conference and is now accepting registrants at no cost. One of the Summit’s key focus areas this year is the ‘Shaping Early Palates’ Initiative, educating families on the importance of early palate development and giving children the opportunity to acclimate to the taste of vegetables and healthy flavors from the earliest bites.
“The work we’ll be focusing on with Tiny Organics to shape the palates of our youngest eaters is more important than ever,” said Nancy E. Roman, President and CEO of Partnership for a Healthier America. “We are encouraged and invigorated by this partnership, which will continue enabling PHA and our partners to transform our nation’s food landscape in pursuit of health equity.”
In addition to its pledge to PHA, Tiny Organics launched a special edition “Michelle My Broccoli Belle” recipe as a tribute to Mrs. Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative and her life-changing work to get kids eating vegetables. For the month of May, 100% of proceeds from the sale of the special edition recipe will be donated to Food Bank For New York City in support of Tiny Organics’ founding home in New York.