By Mai Doherty | Marketing Category Leader - Dairy & Nutrition, Tetra Pak US and Canada
Driven by the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumer awareness around food availability, food safety and food protection is growing like never before, putting these critical issues in the global spotlight. As a result, the demand for nutritious food and beverages that can be safely stored for an extended period without refrigeration or preservatives has soared.
The mortality rate for expectant Black mothers in America is twice as high as white mothers, according to America’s Health Rankings data. This is one of the widest disparities in women’s health, according to the report, but there are many more.
Strong partnerships are key for building health equity to effectively address health disparities, expand access to resources and remove barriers that prevent people from living healthy lives. And, tackling the global issue of childhood malnutrition, which affects more than 1 in 5 children around the world, is no simple task.
Herbalife Nutrition and Feed the Children stand together to support the world's growing nutrition needs
The pandemic has impacted the world in ways no one could have imagined. Seemingly overnight, global supply chains were disrupted, businesses came to a standstill, and the population grappled with the most significant health crisis in a generation. The pandemic laid bare another global challenge – hunger.
While many fast food and fast casual companies have been quick to hop aboard the plant-based bandwagon, Taco Bell stood its ground with a stance that vegetarian meant exactly that, as in beans or potatoes.
Herbalife Nutrition Collaborates with Feed the Children to Combat Food Insecurity Through Nutrition Education and Resources
Herbalife Nutrition in partnership with Feed the Children (“FEED”), under the Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative, announced it will supply 48,000 sets of healthy snack and meal recipe cards to approximately 48,000 of FEED’s food boxes distributed to low-income families throughout the U.S.
New tools launched today by The Consumer Goods Forum and Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition are driving employer action
PARIS, April 7, 2021 /3BL Media/ – One in three people worldwide suffers from malnutrition today, making it a massive global concern impacting individuals, businesses, and economies alike – in both developing and developed countries. The health impacts of COVID-19 on workforces are bringing heightened concerns to businesses worldwide. In response, employers around the globe are increasingly investing in the nutritional health of their employees, realising the strong return on investment that comes with a healthy workforce.
Herbalife Nutrition shares why nutrition and nutrition education help reduce hidden hunger and malnutrition
When you are deficient in a specific micronutrient, say vitamin D or magnesium, your brain does not get that same clear signal. This form of hunger – known as hidden hunger or micronutrient deficiency – is often ignored or overshadowed by hunger related to energy deficits.