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For Immediate Release: February 25, 2015
Media and Consumer Inquiries: 800-462-2352
Louisville, CO — After many years of exploring the nutrition education scene in Colorado, the founder and headquarters of Food and Health Communications Incorporated will be moving to California. While the shipping facility will not move, remaining in Michigan to centrally serve all customers rapidly, Judy Doherty, chef, publisher, and founder of Food and Health Communications, Inc will be in the East Bay area in just a few short weeks!
Why the move, and why now?
The fresh food scene in California was too inspirational to pass up. Between year-round farmers’ markets, the incredible vineyards, truly innovative restaurants, and a variety of ethnic cuisines, the opportunities were too many for Chef Doherty to ignore. Plus, the headquarters will be only a short distance away from Doherty’s alma mater, the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone.
Food and Health Communications, Inc is a full-service site for health professionals and offers free health calendars, recipes, art, nutrition articles, and handouts. It maintains two blogs with the latest food and health news, which can be accessed at foodandhealth.com and nutritioneducationstore.com/blog. The team that makes up Food and Health Communications, Inc will not be changing with this move — they all work together around the world. Email and websites will also remain the same.
The new address for Food and Health Communications, Inc is:
Food and Health Communications, Inc.
164 Robles Way, #290
Vallejo, CA 94591
Phone and fax remain the same:
This exciting shift in location means new content, inspired education resources, and a fresh look at key health topics.
For more information, visit www.foodandhealth.com or call 800-462-2352.
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