This honour acknowledges the organizations’ important contributions towards SNP’s upcoming national public health education campaign, which launches in October 2015 as an effort to build awareness about the essential nutritional benefits from eating seafood at least twice a week.
SNP's seafood shopping guide.
“The support of each of our Tailwind Partners is critical in furthering SNP’s effort to address the public health crisis in the U.S., where 70% of deaths are from preventable diseases,” said Linda Cornish, executive director of Seafood Nutrition Partnership.
Go Fish! Guide.
“While USDA HHS dietary guidelines recommend the consumption of seafood twice a week for optimal health, only 1 in 10 Americans follow this advice. With the generous help of our donors, we seek to inspire a healthier America by promoting a nutrient-rich diet that includes seafood.”
About Seafood Nutrition Partnership
Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to inspire a healthier America through partnerships that raise awareness about the essential nutritional benefits of eating seafood. SNP, a member of the NCD Roundtable, leads education efforts to help Americans gain the skills to select, order and prepare fish and shellfish, and to inspire a healthier America by promoting a nutrient-rich diet that includes seafood. In October 2015, during National Seafood Month, SNP is launching a three-year national public health education campaign.
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