• Pinnacle Foods’ Birds Eye this year launched a texting program aimed at low-income families focused on making healthier food choices. • Subscribers were offered coupons for Birds Eye products and a prize sweepstakes for participating. • The effort, in connection with the Partnership for a Healthier America and Share Our Strength, was designed to take advantage of the popularity of text messaging among low-income families. Getting kids to eat their ...
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