KINGSVILLE, ON, Nov. 11, 2016 /CNW/ - With November marking the month of men's health awareness, Ontario greenhouse company Mastronardi Produce/SUNSET® has proudly partnered with the Movember Foundation to help support the worthy cause.
For the entire month, SUNSET® Kumato® brand tomato packages will feature a fun moustache shaped label to help bring awareness to men's health. Consumers are encouraged to peel the label, pose with the 'stache, and post their photo using the hashtag #MoKumato to be featured on sunsetgrown.com
In addition to Kumato's packaging facelift, SUNSET® has donated $20,000 to the Movember Foundation, which will go toward funding men's health programs.
"We're very proud to support the Movember Foundation for the second year in a row," shared CEO Paul Mastronardi. "At SUNSET®, we strive to support a health lifestyle, from providing easy, nutritious recipes to supporting local walks and runs. Movember is an important cause because men's health issues often get overlooked or underplayed. We want to help bring attention to these issues and support in any way we can."
SUNSET® will also be hosting weekly giveaways on social media all month long to get consumers more involved. To learn mo', visit sunsetgrown.com
To learn more about SUNSET® products, please visit sunsetgrown.com
SUNSET® is a pioneer and industry leader in the gourmet greenhouse industry that grows and markets nationally recognized brands such as the Campari®, Zima™, Angel Sweet™ and Kumato™ brand tomatoes. Family owned and employee managed for 60 years, SUNSET® prides itself on producing consistently flavorful gourmet tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. Click here to access more SUNSET® news releases.
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For further information: Company Contact: Daniela Ferro, Communications Coordinator, o: 519-326-1491, c: 519-990-6933, [email protected]