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    PBH Revamps Foundation Website

    Improved layout makes navigation easier

    The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) has updated its foundation website, www.PBHFoundation.org, with a new design, streamlined the content for improved navigation, and added state-of-the-art social networking tools for optimal sharing capability.

    The site serves as an information portal for every aspect of the fruit and vegetable industry, including retailers, foodservice, educators and health care workers, providing an overview of the foundation's activities and an interactive donor support resource. Visitors can find a wide range of resources to help them in their promotional efforts and keep them informed about the latest industry news and events.

    A new color scheme makes the information on each page stand out, and the section topics have been reworked to make finding site navigation more intuitive. A new section on PBH's Annual Meeting enables users to register or review past presentations more easily, while a just-added history section offers data on PBH's past and present activities. Another recently unveiled feature is the Get Involved section, which describes how those in various sectors of the fruit and vegetable industry can support the foundation.

    “The redesigned website features even more information than ever before,” affirms Elizabeth Pivonka, president and CEO of Hockessin, Del.-based PBH. “Visitors will note that site navigation is easier, maximizing the website’s benefit to our donors. We think it’s a big improvement, both visually and organizationally.”

    Pivonka urged previous site visitors to see the changes to the foundation website for themselves, as well as welcoming new users to find out just what the organization offers.

    “Everyone who shares our mission of increasing fruit and vegetable consumption will find our newly renovated website helpful,” she explained.

    PBH operates four separate websites: the foundation site;  the consumer website; www.FruitsandVeggiesMoreMatters.org; the Food Champs website for kids, www.FoodChamps.org; and the Nutrition Education Catalog website, www.PBHCatalog.com. It also maintains several social media presences on Facebook and Twitter.
     

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