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Giving Back for Giving Tuesday

As the unofficial eating holiday of the year, Thanksgiving has the Nurture Life team thinking a lot about food and the impact we’ve had on nutrition in America. Every day, we work to deliver a healthier world through better nutrition for our kids, and our effort shows—over the past year alone, we’ve shipped out over a million meals, all while maintaining and improving upon the nutritional value of our products.

We’re proud of this number, but it also had us asking ourselves—how can we take our already big mission and make it even bigger?

Creating a healthier America isn’t just about making more wholesome food for kids. It’s also about providing food to those without access.

So this year for Thanksgiving and the days after, we’re focusing on giving back. For every meal ordered through Giving Tuesday, December 3, 2019, Nurture Life will donate a meal to Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization.

As Nurture Life sets the standard for what kids food should be, we’re also raising the standards for ourselves. We’re committing to a Thanksgiving focused on improving children’s health and well-being through food, and we’re looking forward to deepening our commitment to nutrition in America.

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Jennifer Chow

Jennifer Chow

Jennifer is a lifelong foodie and mother of two little boys whose passion for helping families through childhood nutrition led her to start Nurture Life. As she works towards setting a new standard for the kids food industry, Jennifer focuses on new product development and innovation, customer experience and strategy. Prior to Nurture Life, Jennifer spent 17 years in marketing and product development in the technology industry, most recently as vice president of marketing at a high-growth, cloud platform startup. She previously ran marketing at a media software company and cleantech company. Jennifer holds a B.S. in Economics and MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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