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Sean LoBianco

Sean LoBianco is the Sales and Marketing Manager at GA Foods. As as a native Floridian, Sean loves to fish and spend his days on the water. He and his family enjoy their beach days and barbeques!
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Celebrating National Senior Center Month

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Sep 4, 2019 11:17:06 AM

September is National Senior Center Month,  and this year's theme is "Senior Centers: The Key To Aging Well."  Senior Centers offer ways to keep older adults active, social, and provide programs to help them to continue to learn and grow. Sharing meals is a popular activity at Senior Centers and provides a vital social interaction that is so important to older adults.

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Topics: Home Delivered Meals, Senior Nutrition, aging in place

Take Heart - Healthy Foods Can be Delicious!

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Jul 11, 2019 11:07:00 AM

(This post was originally published on February 15, 2018 and updated on July 10, 2019).

We all know that eating healthy can help to reduce your risk of heart disease-- and your waistline! But did you know that heart-healthy foods can be delicious? ! And it's easier than you may think! 

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Topics: Heart Disease, Healthy Meals for Seniors, Senior Nutrition

Calm Before the Storm - Prepare Now for Hurricane Season!

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Jun 19, 2019 11:04:00 AM

With summer upon us, the looming threat of hurricanes is also underway. Atlantic storms typically bring torrential downpours, high winds, power outages, floods, and more. These dangerous and severe conditions make a proper emergency plan critical for your safety and survival.

Now is the time to protect yourself and your family. Not sure where to start? We’re here to help with this simple list of tips.
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Topics: Home Delivered Meals, Emergency Preparedness, Shelf-Stable Meals, Disaster

Food Insecurity Among Seniors

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Mar 27, 2019 10:27:00 AM

With nearly 1 in 6 seniors facing the threat of hunger and malnourishment, food insecurity is now a nationwide epidemic that is getting more expansive by the day. And with a yearly healthcare bill of $130 billion due to medical issues stemming from senior hunger, it’s also getting more expensive.

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Topics: Healthy Meals for Seniors, Senior Nutrition

National Senior Center Month

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Sep 20, 2018 4:38:58 PM

September is National Senior Center Month and this year's theme is "Building Momentum." Before we get into the importance of senior centers and giving them recognition, it is probably best to start out with some history.

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Topics: Senior Nutrition, aging in place

Increase Engagement and Test Scores with Breakfast in the Classroom

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Aug 2, 2018 11:29:48 AM

The old saying "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day" has several grains of truth. Many studies have proven breakfast to be a crucial ingredient in school success. Students perform better academically, exhibit better classroom behavior, and enjoy overall healthier diets when they eat breakfast. However, over 70% of teachers are still reporting students arriving to school hungry .
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Topics: Shelf-Stable Breakfast, School Breakfast, School Achievement Scores, Breakfast in the Classroom, Shelf-Stable Meals

Chef Mike Receives Presidential Medallion from American Culinary Foundation

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Jul 26, 2018 3:50:13 PM

July 19th on a balmy summer night in Louisiana, in a crowd of thousands of Chefs, our Executive Chef Michael Thrash was presented with the Presidents Medallion from the American Culinary Foundation. 

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Topics: Achievement

10 Food Safety Tips to Make the Most of Summer Activities

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Jun 21, 2018 2:28:12 PM

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Topics: Food Safety Best Practices

National Summer Food Service Program Kickoff Week

Posted by Sean LoBianco on Jun 7, 2018 1:02:39 PM

This week is National Summer Food Service Program Kickoff Week, a program that ensures children and teens have access to nutritious meals when school lets out. Federal assistance, through the program, is provided to state agencies and non-profit sponsors to help children receive nutrition when school is not in session. Nearly 21.5 million children are eligible for this program, yet only 1 in 6 of them currently receive this according to a 2016 report from the Food Research Action Center.

Poor nutrition during the summer months affects the child's academic performance during the school year. It is one of the many reasons the summer program is essential. While in school, students across the country are eating healthier than ever thanks to the Hunger-Free Kids Act. Students are receiving meals with whole grains, fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and low-fat dairy, which are low in sugar, fat, and sodium. Summer feeding programs continue these great meals and help students return to school ready to learn.

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Topics: Child Nutrition, Summer Meals

How to Maximize Social Media for your NonProfit

Posted by Sean LoBianco on May 24, 2018 11:12:30 AM

Social media is growing fast, even in the nonprofit world. Facebook alone has 79% of internet users in the US logging in. Instagram added over 200 million users in 2017,  with 500 million using the service daily. Social media is a powerhouse for reaching your community and recruiting volunteers.

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Topics: Volunteers, Social Media

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