OSF loves #FreshSalads!

As you likely know, we’re big fans of helping more people eat more produce (especially apples!). Few exemplify that goal better than the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH), who we implore you to follow on Twitter, Facebook and other accounts promoting their “Fruits & Veggies – More Matters” initiative! And to go one step further, check out some of PBH’s Industry Role Models and Champions (including us!) to engage with some great fruit and veggie brands.

#FreshSaladsToday is a particularly good day to do just that, because PBH is co-hosting a Twitter party using the hashtag #FreshSalads. If you’re reading this after May 6th, don’t worry; there are usually a few PBH Twitter parties every month, and they’re always a fantastic way for produce-lovers to share tips, recipes, and even earn some great prizes!

We’re extra excited about today’s party, though, because apples are absolutely amazing in salads, yet it seems they’re a majorly underutilized component considering all the color, crunch and flavor they can add to the mix. Of course, we know the main deterrent is that nobody wants their #FreshSalads to, well, not look so fresh because of unappealing apple browning.

However, that won’t be an issue with Arctic® apples, which will help give apples a well-deserved place among the top salad components. Then, consumers can enjoy delicious salad recipes like five of our favorites with more convenience and appeal than ever thanks to the Arctic® advantage:

  1. Apple, celery and walnut salad – Epicurious
  2. Kohlrabi and apple salad with caraway – Bon Appétit
  3. Chicken and apple salad – Food Network
  4. Broccoli apple salad – The Recipe Critic
  5. Celery apple salad – My Recipes
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About Joel Brooks

Growing up in the Okanagan Valley, Joel had the opportunity to experience apple growing first hand, a background that helped lead him to his role as Product & Special Projects Manager. Joel feels privileged to work with such great people towards a goal that’s so easy to get behind – helping people to eat more apples!