Bolthouse Farm Kids™ launches the #SNACKMOB food truck tour in Pittsburgh. Local residents are invited to enjoy free Smoothies & Veggie Snackers and enter for a chance to win a visit from the #SnackMob for their summer event. So come out and join us Pittsburgh at a local event near you.
There is nothing quite a long weekend. Hopefully there are a few BBQ’s to attend to help celebrate. If you are looking to wow the crowd with a new recipe then you are in luck. We have fresh twist on a classic BBQ dish and it only needs 5 easy ingredients to get to Voila! Here is our favorite summertime BBQ Treat: Grilled Watermelon Caprese Salad. Oh yah, It’s Grilling Time!
Earlier this year Seattle imposed a law to encourage composting in order to reduce the amount of food waste going into the public sanitation system. And if you think no one will look through your trash to compare your garbage contents think again! We challenge you to tell us your compost best practices.
We love brands that encourage change. Brands whose mission is to change the way we think about food on a daily basis. Recently, we were lucky enough to meet up with an emerging brand, Back to the Roots, and share to you how two guys went from finance to fungi with the mission to change how the world experiences food.
Bolthouse Farms aims to inspire the fresh revolution with a #freshflip on junk food that highlights fruits and veggies on Instagram like you’ve never seen them before. Leading with Instagram we teamed up with a select group of foodies and artists to provide a #freshflip on junk food by reimagining them completely made out our fresh fruits and veggies.
Here at Bolthouse we love our fruits and vegetables. And yes, we share our favorite fruit and veggies on social media, but that got us thinking. What food porn images are others sharing on Instagram and Twitter? What are you posting?
If the weekends are flying by faster than a jet plane and you see the kids spending more time on their bums than on their feet then it might be time to change the weekend game plan. The first step to any game plan is to evaluate your options and believe us there are a lot of options. From fun runs to Presidential awards we have your weekend active pass to get the whole family moving.
Ever been to a school function – bake sale, birthday celebration, fundraising event - and cringed at the amount of sugar and salty treats that your kids are being served? Have you ever wondered what you could do to balance the treats with healthier and delicious options? You are not alone and now, we have a solution.
We all know that breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. Mornings are also one of the busiest times of the day. It can be challenging enough to get out the door nevertheless fixing the kids a healthy meal. What if there was a breakfast solution that is easy to make, requires no cooking, is mobile, has over a daily serving of fruit and best of all tastes yummy? This recipe is so good even grownups will want to eat it.
We love fruits and Veggies! We also recognize that they are not on kids top 10 list. Luckily for us there are many other fun ways to teach kids about fruits and veggies that are literally right at our fingertips. So if you have a tablet, desktop, or smartphone we have our top 3 game apps that will make fruit and veggies fun. Imagine that!
Looking for new ways to introduce veggies to your kids? Well you are in luck because we have an awesome list of storybooks that are great for kids to learn about veggies in a new way. Pair the books with a healthy snack as an afternoon activity and you will be a certified Rockstar parent. We even have a coupon you can use towards any of our Bolthouse Kids products to help you stock up on healthy snacks for your reading enjoyment.
Tis the Season for Baking! There is something about the Holidays that brings out the baker in all of us. Lucky for us we have a few tools in our back pockets to jazz up the traditional loaf bread into something spectacular like Holiday Nog Bread. It's perfect to share around the office.
According to the Calorie Control Council the average American consumes 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving. There is there is an easier way of cooking your favorite dishes by swapping out key ingredients to lower the calories of what we consume. If you are up to the challenge we have year long solutions to cut calories and fat.
Admit it. We are all guilty of doing it. The act of buying fresh fruit and vegetables to only have them sit and spoil at home. Have you been looking for a solution to fix this problem? If you are raising your hand we admit we are too. Luckily there are innovators working on solutions to fix the problem of food spoilage. This week on things we love we are sharing with you FreshPaper.
Us kids at heart love Halloween. From dressing up as superhero’s to decorating our front porch for all the trick-or-treaters. Of course the reality is the day after Halloween we have a porch of pumpkins that are no longer needed. But wait! Don’t throw out those pumpkins yet! Whether for eating for decorating we have your craft list ready to roll for upcycling this voluptuous orange squash.