Produce for Kids believes in creating a healthier generation and have been helping families and children by giving back since 2002. PFK’s continues to help families eat healthier with simple recipes & fresh ideas. In the United States, 1 in 7 people struggle with hunger. Since partnering with Feeding America® in 2015, Produce for Kids and our other partners have provided 7.8 million meals to families in need. Helping stop hunger is something I stand for and we can’t take for granted that it’s something families are going through right now.

Salsa Avocado Toast, a delicious tropical twist on a traditional avocado toast perfect for the summer

Produce for Kids has once again join forces with Publix and Feeding America this summer to raise funds for local food banks located in the communities Publix serves. And that is the work I admire and want to be a part of. Don’t you? I know you do too. Here is a recipe, provided by Produce for Kids and a good one if I may say so myself.

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Salsa Avocado Toast
Avocado toast makes a great breakfast or snack, especially when you’re short on time. Top with a fun salsa, scrambled eggs or fresh tomato slices for a new spin.
Salsa Avocado Toast, a delicious tropical twist on a traditional avocado toast perfect for the summer
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Salsa Avocado Toast, a delicious tropical twist on a traditional avocado toast perfect for the summer
Instructions
  1. Mix pepper, tomato, onion and lime juice in small bowl. Season with salt and pepper, to taste.
  2. Toast bread. Top with guacamole and salsa.
  3. Double or triple the recipe as needed.
  4. Enjoy!
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Produce for Kids, making a difference in stopping hunger in America

When it comes to fresh produce, my go to place, is my local Publix. During this summer season not only can we enjoy fresh produce, but each purchase will make a difference for our local families. Your help counts too. By purchasing select local produce at your local Publix you will be automatically making a donation to Feeding America. Hurry, this opportunity to make a difference runs from May 30 through June 27. Keep a look out for the signage in the produce department.

Produce for Kids signage to look for at Publix, give back and join us to stop hunger

Once you are in Publix you will find in-store displays and signage, featuring the Produce for Kids® and Feeding America logos next to the products supporting the campaign. Here are the 10 participating fresh fruit and vegetable companies.

Produce For Kids, helping stop food hunger with partners like Publix

Produce for Kids® is dedicated to educating families on the benefits of healthy eating, providing simple meal solutions and raising money for children’s non-profit organizations. 1 in 8 Americans struggles with hunger and I can’t bare the thought of it. I am very proud to be able to help and spread the word about the amazing job they are doing for our local families. When I go shopping for my produce I enjoy knowing that I’m giving back and you can too. Let’s get involved in our community and become part of the solution.

Feeding American 1 in 8 People Struggle with Hunger in the U.S,

Share your own healthy recipe and ideas using the hashtag #produceforkids. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Follow Produce for Kids® on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest for more recipe ideas and healthy eating tips all year long. Please visit ProduceForKids.com/Publix for more information on how to support the campaign.

Produce for Kids, your healthy family resourceDisclosure: I partnered with Produce for Kids® and Publix to share how they are coming together to benefit Feeding America and how you can too. All opinions are mine alone. #ProduceForKids

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