Free Tenant Lunch Seminar: Eating Healthy on a Busy Schedule

Northwood Office invites its Ballantyne tenants to learn more about eating healthy on a busy schedule at its next free tenant lunch seminar led by Julie Jackson from The Produce Box on Wednesday, July 24, noon – 1 p.m., at Northwood Office. Attendees will also learn how to get $10 off their first order from The Produce Box. 

Lunch is provided by Viva Chicken, and RSVP is required by emailing [email protected] by Friday, July 19.

About The Produce Box
The Produce Box delivers fresh, local produce and specialty products like meats, cheeses, jams and more to homes and offices all over North Carolina. Its members support over 70 local farmers and over 100 local artisans, as well as give back to their communities. The Produce Box’s mission is to help you feel good about the food you eat and to make an impact for local farmers across North Carolina. For over ten years, they have been bringing the farmer’s market straight to the doors of its members for as little as $24 a week. 

About Julie Jackson
Julie Jackson is a Charlotte native. She attended Charlotte Latin School and graduated from NC State University. After graduate school at the University of South Carolina, Julie worked in business consulting in Columbia, SC prior to returning to Charlotte. Julie has always had an interest in healthy living – most particularly in an active lifestyle. She enjoys scuba diving and tennis, and she has also has participated in half and full marathons. Her passion for leading a healthy lifestyle is a great fit for her role at The Produce Box. 

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