from 5 A Day Across the USA
and the World's Longest Salad Bar
(photos can be clicked for high-res printable
Man," the Produce for Better Health Foundation's costumed
character, greets two small shoppers at the Acme market in
Wilmington, Del. May 25.
from Riderwood Elementary School in Baltimore, Md., gather
around "Produce Man" during an assembly May 25.
left to right) Josie Welling, brand manager, Hidden Valley
Original Ranch Salad Dressing, "Produce Man," Henry
J. Stern, commissioner of the City of New York Parks and Recreation,
and Wayne Drumheller, vice president of the Produce for Better
Health Foundation, complete the measurement of the World's
Longest Salad Bar, which was 180 yards long. The HV Food Products
Company conducted the event May 27 in New York City's Central
Park. The event helped conclude of 5 A Day Across the USA(tm),
the Foundation's week-long effort to educate consumers about
eating more fruits and vegetables.
portion of the World's Longest Salad Bar, which extends 180
yards through New York City's Central Park during an event
conducted May 27 by the HV Food Products Company.
to New York City's Central Park are treated to the World's
Longest Salad Bar May 27, which measured 180 yards long. The
HV Food Products Company conducted the event. The Produce
for Better Health Foundation provided the more than 17,000
pounds of produce for the salad bar.
Produce Man's 5 A Day Across the USA Diary