Jamieson Vitamins recently joined forces with several Canadian brands including Toronto's Honey Bee Meals, Montreal's Jenny's Food Prep, and Vancouver's Fed to offer consumers immune-focused meals and supplements for all of October. Donations to Food Banks Canada will be made for every order placed throughout October.
Cheryl Wright, Nutrition Education Manager of Jamieson Vitamins, commented on the new launch, stating: “Immune health is incredibly important all year round. But now that we are entering the cold and flu season, it’s vital to ensure our bodies are provided with the nutrients required to support a healthy immune system. This is easiest when combining supplements and a healthy diet. That’s why we’re so excited to partner with Canadian meal-delivery services to offer these limited-edition Immune Supporting Meal Kits. Through this program, we hope to build awareness of the roles both food choices and supplements can play throughout the fall and winter months.”
Plus, every week, Canadians can win a free Jamieson Immune Supporting Meal Kits through any of the meal delivery partners’ websites.
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Jamieson Vitamins Debuted Immune-Focused Meals and Supplements
1. Immune-supporting Meal Kits - Opportunity for meal kit companies to collaborate with nutrition brands to offer immune-focused meals and supplements, promoting overall health and wellness.
2. Donations-based Campaign - An innovative approach for brands to support a cause while promoting their products, creating a positive impact on communities and building brand loyalty.
3. Combined Nutrition and Supplements - The integration of nutritious meals and dietary supplements presents an opportunity for both the food and supplement industries to collaborate and create a holistic approach to immune support.
1. Meal Kit Delivery - Meal delivery services can expand their offerings by partnering with nutrition brands to create specialized meal kits that cater to consumers' immune health needs.
2. Nutritional Supplements - Manufacturers of nutritional supplements can explore partnerships with meal delivery services to provide their products as part of immune-supporting meal kits.
3. Food Banks - Food banks can benefit from innovative partnerships with vitamin and meal delivery brands, generating donations and raising awareness about the importance of nutrition for immune health.