Marlborough, MA (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Thought For Food & Son, LLC, a family owned creative boutique that specializes in the food industry, announced today they will provide pro bono public relation services on behalf of Nourish Our Girls. Nourish Our Girls is dedicated to educating families and girls 5-18 years old about the importance of making healthy and smart nutritional choices to help decrease their risk of breast cancer as an adult.
Early life eating habits and lifestyle choices, according to recent and compelling research, are heavily linked to the risk of breast cancer later in life. Nourish Our Girls was founded by nutritionist Nicole Larizza to raise awareness about the association and provide educational tools to reduce breast cancer risk for preadolescent and adolescent girls. Thought For Food & Son will be providing public relations services to Nourish Our Girls throughout 2014.
“We’re very appreciative of Thought For Food & Son’s efforts and extremely happy that we can bring these important issues to light. It is alarming that there is so little awareness about how critical early diet and nutrition can be in reducing breast cancer risk,” stated Larizza.
Breast cancer is the fourth most common cause of death among women in the United States. At current rates, one in eight girls born today will face a breast cancer diagnosis in their lifetime.
“Unfortunately, breast cancer is something that we know quite a bit about. Our mother is a breast cancer survivor and we have seen firsthand how life changing breast cancer can be. We hope that our efforts on behalf of Nourish Our Girls will make a positive impact in young girl’s lives,” said Ethan Casucci, of Thought For Food & Son.
Thought For Food & Son offers its clients a proprietary PR FOOD MEDIA INDEX, an all-in-one strategic instrument that allows food companies to speak directly to their peer group, industry trade press, category buyers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, and most importantly, consumers. Thought For Food & Son’s proprietary PR FOOD MEDIA INDEX has over 100,000 media outlets across North America, complete with more than 300,000 staff listings and contact preferences.
Thought For Food & Son has worked with both large and small food companies such as Sea Watch International, famous Hollywood actor Paul Sorvino Foods, Maristella’s Fine Foods, Cape Cod Select, Beeler Pork, New York Ravioli & Pasta Company, Flavor Bombs, New England Natural Bakers, Healthy Solutions Spice Blends, SuperSeedz, Paesana Italian Products, Boston Speed Dog, Jerk Nation, Dell’s Maraschino Cherries, Rave Bites, Aurora Products, Big League Chew and Divine Foods.
About Thought For Food & Son, LLC
Founded in 2005, Thought For Food & Son, LLC is a family owned creative boutique that specializes in the food industry. We offer our clients a combination of expertise and value that is unsurpassed within the food industry. We’re a communications company without the traditional agency “BS.” Thought For Food & Son operates as a “Strategic Resource” for its clients offering public relations, social marketing, packaging design and brand development. Our focus is to create communication strategies using our proprietary PR FOOD MEDIA INDEX for clients who believe in powerful thinking. Thinking that demands notice. The kind of thinking that inspires people to take action and enables our clients to grow and prosper. For more information about Thought For Food & Son e-mail ethan(at)tffandson(dot)com
About Nourish Our Girls:
Nourish Our Girls is dedicated to raising awareness about food choices for girls that may decrease their risk of breast cancer as an adult. The campaign encompasses educational lectures and workshops, community outreach, practical resources for self-assessment and menu planning, and individualized nutrition counseling. Nicole Larizza is a clinical nutritionist and founder of the Nourish Our Girls campaign. She holds a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. Nicole is passionate about the importance of good nutrition across the lifecycle, and believes in the power of smart dietary choices to enhance health outcomes and reduce the risk of disease. For more information regarding Nourish Our Girls, contact Nicole at 203-520-8484 or email her at nicole(at)nourishourgirls(dot)org.