Subject: What’s in the Can May Surprise You!

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Canned Food Alliance
You told us, we listened. Our goal at the Canned Food Alliance has always been to provide resources for health and nutrition professionals to use in teaching Americans how to achieve a healthy diet. This year we’re making those resources more available to you in various platforms including our newsletters, our website and Instagram!

Download Our Newest Resource on Canned Food Myths
What’s in the Can May Surprise You!
We’ve put together a Myth-Busting Article, ready-to-use in your newsletters, as a handout or on your blog or website. It’s even got a recipe and a photo ready to go! Click here to download our latest resource, “What’s in the Can May Surprise You.”

New Videos on Mealtime.org!
According to our recent Health Professional Survey (which you all helped us with earlier this year), just under two-thirds of Health Professionals who responded (60%–63%) agreed that canned foods are minimally processed, while around one-third (34%–36%) continue to believe that they require preservatives.

Given this and the growing interest in clean labels, we want to continue to arm health and nutrition professionals with shareable resources to help explain the simple process behind canning fruits, vegetables and beans. To help, we’ve gathered some of our members’ videos and put them all in one place for you at Mealtime.org >>

Find us on Instagram!
The Canned Food Alliance is now on Instagram! Find us today at Canned Food Fan for additional resources, fun recipes and photos, information about the canning process and more! Follow Us >>

Please let us know if there are any other ways we can assist you in your daily interactions with consumers. We’re happy to work with you and provide you materials, talking points, etc. Thank you again for what you do, and for helping us communicate the many benefits of canned fruits, vegetables, beans, lean meats and seafood.

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