Gorton’s Seafood Partners With SparkPeople To Offer Healthy Eating Support


Gorton’s Seafood is again taking steps to help people eat better in the New Year. In addition to offering 14 perfectly-portioned, lean protein Grilled Fillets and Simply Bake Fillets that are certified gluten free and come in a variety of flavors and species ranging from wild-caught Salmon to Tilapia to Alaska Pollock, Massachusetts-based Gorton’s is partnering with SparkPeople.com, the largest healthy-living community on the web, to develop a 30-Day Realistic Resolution Challenge.

The Challenge launched Monday and participants will receive daily challenges, recipe ideas, shopping lists, nutritious eating tips and daily motivation to support health and nutrition goals. The challenge is free for anyone to join on SparkPeople.com or through the free app available on the iTunes Store or Google Play.

“We’re tremendously excited about this partnership,” said Gavin Kennedy, director of consumer marketing at Gorton’s. “Our Grilled Fillets are low fat and 100 calories or less per fillet, but also taste great. We have 11 varieties that are flame-grilled and perfectly seasoned, and so convenient to have on hand. They make sticking to health and nutrition goals easy. By partnering with SparkPeople to create the 30-Day Realistic Resolution Challenge, we can help people make real progress on healthy-eating goals.”

As an added incentive to eat smarter in the New Year, Gorton’s also is launching the Gorton’s “Eat Smarter” Sweepstakes, offering chances to win daily prizes and a $5,000 grand prize on Gortons.com. To enter the sweepstakes, visit the Gorton’s Promotions page and fill out the required fields in the entry form. Additionally, Gorton’s says it will be randomly surprising and delighting Facebook fans throughout the sweepstakes period (through Feb. 9) with fun giveaways.

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