Tell Secretary Vilsack: don’t break our hearts!

This Valentine's Day, Send a Message FOR Your Heart

Our analysis has found that increased consumption of fruits and vegetables could save more than 100,000 lives and $17 billion in health care costs from heart disease and stroke each year.

How do we get there? By adopting food and farm policies that prioritize heart-healthy fruits and vegetables instead of junk food.

This Valentine’s Day, we’re flooding Secretary Vilsack’s mailbox with messages expressing our love for healthy food and asking him to maximize the heart-health potential of Farm Bill programs.

Choose your favorite card below, and tell Secretary Vilsack: this Valentine’s Day, don’t break our hearts! 

Valentine #1: My heart beets for healthy fruits and vegetables:

Valentine #2: Lettuce count the ways we love fruits and veggies:

Valentine #3: I [heart] fruits and vegetables:

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