Our banana eating, tree swinging, loving life Gorilla and experts at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics are encouraging consumers just like you to ‘bite into a healthy lifestyle.’ March is National Nutrition Month and in celebration of it, we have a healthy breakroom snack giveaway for one lucky contest entrant.
Did you know?
- Healthy eating is associated with reduced risk for many diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes (several leading causes of death in the U.S.)1
- Reducing the sodium Americans eat by 1,200mg per day on could save up to $20 billion a year in medical costs.2
- Typical American diets exceed the recommended intake levels or limits in four categories: calories from solid fats and added sugars; refined grains; sodium; and saturated fat.2
How to Enter
Tell us what your favorite healthy snack is by:
- Leaving a comment on our Facebook page (counts as one entry).
- Sending us a Tweet on Twitter (counts as another entry).
Have more than one favorite healthy snack? We do too!
- Enter your different favorites each up to three times on our Twitter and Facebook pages for even more chances to win!
- Bonus: Share this contest with a friend via a shared post on Facebook or by tagging us on Twitter in a post and we’ll throw in two more chances to win (one for each action you take).
At the end of this month, we’ll randomly select one entry from the jungle of entries to be our winner.
The last day to enter is Sunday, March 29 at 11:59 pm. A Winner will be selected and announced on or about March 30.
Gorilla will be invading the breakroom supplies section of our warehouse and pulling some of his favorite snacks. The prize will be a variety of his favorites (minus the bananas) valued at up to $50.
The winner’s name will be posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages and the winner will have five business days to respond. Think you might miss it? Sign up for our email list. We’ll notify you via the contact information you provide when you sign up.
Your Gorilla in Charge
1Center for Disease Control & Prevention
2President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition