National Bread Month
Use these images along with ABA's pre-written messages to promote National Bread Month.
Happy National #BreadMonth! It's all about how to #GoWithTheGrain. Wholesome, nutritious, delicious, and enriched grain-based foods provide many nutrients Americans are missing from their diets. Follow along for how to fold nutrients into your diet, while enjoying your favorite baked goods. #BreadMonth #GetGrains
Grain foods, like bread, rolls, and bagels are a great way to begin the day because, as complex carbohydrates, they provide essential fuel for our bodies. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends 6 grain servings a day with at least half being whole grains. #BreadMonth #GetGrains
Grain foods contribute vital, often under-consumed, nutrients to the diet, including 43.7% of all fiber. Approximately two-thirds of the grain contribution to total fiber intake comes from enriched grains. #BreadMonth #GetGrains
The most simple and healthy food for a crowd can be a sandwich. Research shows that what’s inside the sandwich, not the bread, are the likely drivers of calories, fat, and sodium @GrainFoods http://grainfoodsfoundation.org/recipe/whole-grain-smoked-chicken-goat-cheese-sandwich-bites/ #BreadMonth #GetGrains
Build a better sandwich with 2 slices of whole grain bread, pita or bagels. Here’s a tasty harvest recipe to get you started: http://grainfoodsfoundation.org/recipe/whole-grain-smoked-chicken-goat-cheese-sandwich-bites/ #BreadMonth #GetGrains @GrainFoods
@MyPlate recommends consuming 50% of your daily grain serving as whole grains, which is associated with a reduced risk for cardiovascular disease. Try *insert product here* #AmericanBakers #BreadMonth @AmericanBakers
If you’re serving bread, rolls, or other baked goods this holiday season, you’re serving the nutrients that most Americans are missing! Almost 95% of Americans don’t meet fiber intake recommendations, but grain-based foods supply almost half of the fiber you need for a healthy lifestyle.
A charcuterie board with sliced bread, crackers, flat bread, veggies, cheese & meats is a nutritious and convenient way to stretch your entertaining budget this holiday season. #BreadMonth #GetGrains
Apple, brie, and Dijon come together for a hearty autumn flavor profile when sandwiched with bread together in this recipe for less than 500 calories http://owl.li/zajz30gessV #BreadMonth
According to USDA’s #MyPlate, 50% of the grains you consume should be whole grains. Aim for a 50/50 balance of whole and enriched grains for a healthy lifestyle! #BreadMonth #GetGrains
A great morning start is a morning with grains. There are plenty of ways to include fiber in your AM meals or snacks. @MyPlate has great ideas for how you can get your recommended servings #MyPlate #BreadMonth https://bakers.pub/3AE1TIx
[Nov. 3] Happy #NationalSandwichDay! Craving your favorite sandwich? According to @GrainFoods, what's between the bread accounts for most of the calories, fat and sodium in a sandwich, NOT the bread! Which sandwich are you enjoying today? #AmericanBakers #GetGrains
[Nov. 3] Crackers are the perfect vehicle for sandwiching…anything! Peanut butter & jelly, meat & cheese, the list goes on. #NationalSandwichDay #AmericanBakers #GetGrains
Active military and veterans need a balanced diet and whole and enriched grains are convenient, economical, and nutritious for busy people.
The baking industry supports our veterans. In fact, ABA is a member of the Baking Industry Alliance (BIA), a group that joined forces with the USO Pathfinder® program. The BIA recognizes the importance of engaging with military and veteran communities to help ease the transition from military careers to the civilian workforce. Learn more about this partnership.
Does your company employ veterans? Does your company participate in a community service day that provides resources to veterans? If your company supports veterans, ABA wants to know about it and wants to share your message.
For more information on the BIA-USO Pathfinder® partnership, contact Christina Donnelly, ABA Director of Industry Relations and Strategic Initiatives.
Sandwiches made with whole grain bread are a great base for a snack to satisfy and nourish a hungry crowd during Thanksgiving entertaining. Try *insert product here* for a delicious crowd-pleaser #BreadMonth #GetGrains @AmericanBakers
*Insert quality of your product* of *insert product name* serves as a solid base for a hearty Thanksgiving leftover sandwich. What are you stacking on your sandwich? #ShareMySandwich #AmericanBakers @AmericanBakers
Make soup with your leftover turkey and include crackers or rolls for dunking and dipping to round out the meal. #BreadMonth #GetGrains
Grain foods contribute vital, and often under-consumed, nutrients to the American diet, including 44% of all fiber. The U.S.Dietary Guidelines recommend eating 6 servings of grain foods daily with half of those servings from enriched grains like bread sticks and half from whole grains like whole wheat bread. #BreadMonth #GetGrains
Celebrate the bread community with the Tiptree World Bread Award Heroes. The 2020 awards recognize the people behind the baked goods: the bakers, millers, farmers, and others in the industry who are going above and beyond to help their community.