Eggland’s Best and the American Heart Association are forming a dynamic partnership with television personality and cookbook author Richard Blais to share delicious, healthy recipes the whole family will love.
“Eggland’s Best is thrilled to be joining forces with the American Heart Association for the third year in a row to highlight the importance of incorporating nutritious foods into family meals,” said Charlie Lanktree, CEO of Eggland’s Best. “Together through our virtual cooking series, we hope to inspire families at home to make healthier choices together.”
In celebration of the American Heart Association’s healthy cooking at home resources, Eggland’s Best and the American Heart Association are encouraging families to tune in to a virtual cooking series by visiting the American Heart Association - Healthy for Good Facebook page.
“With people spending more time at home this summer, there’s a great opportunity to build healthier eating habits by cooking nutritious meals together,” said American Heart Association Chief Medical Officer for Prevention, Eduardo Sanchez, M.D., M.P.H., FAAFP. “We’re excited to work with Eggland’s Best once again to help families learn how to eat smart and build better nutrition habits.”
According to the press release, Eggland’s Best continues to be a proud national supporter of the American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good™ movement, which encourages people to take small steps every day to build lifelong healthy habits for themselves and for their families.
Hosted by restaurateur and cookbook author Richard Blais, the cooking series will highlight heart-healthy recipes created in collaboration between the American Heart Association and Eggland’s Best to showcase simple ways consumers can make nutritious meals at home.
“Cooking together as a family is an amazing way to stay connected during challenging times but cooking healthy doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice great taste,” said Chef Richard Blais. “I’m proud to be teaming up with the American Heart Association to show families how to put a healthier spin on the classic comfort food recipes that we all know and love.”
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