US: Mastronardi’s Sunset® One Sweet™ featured on NBC’s biggest loser

Mastronardi Produce is pleased to announce their Sunset® One Sweet™ line will be featured on NBC’s The Biggest Loser TV show, as part of a contestant challenge airing Tuesday, November 12th at 8pm EST. Mastronardi has been a proud farm fresh partner of the Biggest Loser since the beginning of Season 15 earlier this fall.

This episode of The Biggest Loser will feature a cooking challenge using fresh produce. This will include Sunset® One Sweet™ tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers.
“We’re very excited to be a part of such a great program,” said Paul Mastronardi, President. “We’re always looking for ways to promote not just healthy eating but healthy lifestyles in general and this is a great way to reach out to people looking for that”, said Mastronardi.

As part of The Biggest Loser Healthy Eating Program, Sunset® has been ramping up their social media presence to engage users and encourage them to embrace healthy habits. This includes weekly contests to win Sunset® care packs, Biggest Loser cookbooks, and the grand prize, an exclusive trip for two to the Biggest Loser resort in Chicago. Customers can enter the contest by visiting

“People who are active on social media are encouraged to share their story to win these great prizes,” continued Mastronardi. A multi-channel social media campaign has been in place since Season 15 which kicked off in October. The custom built website encourages people to share their personal stories. The site also features a variety of recipes as well as product information and related nutritional facts. “Our goal is to encourage a supportive environment where people can share their health journeys”, said Paul Mastronardi

For more information:
Chris Veillon
Mastronardi Produce/SUNSET® 
Tel: +1 519 326 3218

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