Twitter Party Breaks Record!



On August 17, 2017, Organics Unlimited joined forces with dietitians, bloggers, produce companies and healthy eating aficionados to participate in the fourth annual Produce for Kid’s “Power Your Lunchbox” Twitter party. The event hosted about 320 participants, and had a total of 3,995 tweets. The best part was that this year’s Twitter party broke a record, with an astounding 23 million impressions!

The event was full of activity, with participants quickly posting, replying and re-tweeting everything from tips on healthy lunches to how to make dinner preparation simpler and easier. Organics Unlimited and GROW by Organics Unlimited shared health benefits of bananas, tips for quick snacks and information on incorporating bananas into every day meals.

This event is especially exciting because not only did it encourage families to pack healthier lunchboxes, but partners also donate $1 collectively to Feeding America for every pledge to the campaign. At Organics Unlimited, we are proud to be a part of this campaign, and we are especially excited because it is a wonderful way for us to kick-off GROW month.

As a company that values a commitment to helping our communities, the Twitter party was the perfect start to a month dedicated to helping children and adults in our banana growing regions live healthier lifestyles.  We encourage you to join the cause! If you were unable to attend the Twitter party, you can still view and retweet the posts on Twitter by searching #PowerYourLunchbox. You can also support GROW month by creating visually appealing merchandising displays and educating your customers on how their purchases really make a significant difference.

For more information on how you can help support please visit GROW.

To learn more about our organic bananas and how you can offer Organics Unlimited and GROW organic bananas in your store, please visit You may also follow Organics Unlimited on Facebook and Twitter for more news

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