Zipongo nutrition platform now available to millions of Limeade users
Bellevue, Wash., Oct. 24, 2017 — Today employee engagement company Limeade and digital nutrition leader Zipongo announced a partnership to bring the Zipongo nutrition platform to millions of Limeade users and their spouses worldwide. Zipongo’s comprehensive nutrition technology includes meal planning, online grocery ordering and grocery rewards, healthy food delivery and other tools that make it easier to select, purchase and prepare healthy foods.
“We know eating habits play a critical role in an individual’s overall well-being at home and at work,” said Eric Ranta, vice president of partnerships at Limeade. “As an integrated part of the Limeade employee engagement platform, Zipongo will empower users to make healthier food choices for themselves and their families. We are confident Zipongo’s personalized, biometrics and preference-based meal recommendations will bring lasting change for our users.”
Dietary habits are by far the primary cause of disability and disease worldwide, but most Americans don’t even know where to begin when it comes to making better food choices. In fact, according to the International Food Information Council Foundation, more than half of Americans believe it’s easier to figure out their taxes than to figure out what to eat to be healthier. Zipongo’s digital nutrition tools make it easy to eat well – helping people plan and prepare healthy meals and supporting them in making smarter food choices throughout the day. By joining forces with Zipongo, Limeade will now be able to offer customers a comprehensive solution for nutrition as part of its whole-person approach to well-being.
“We’re pleased to team up with Limeade to help millions of people eat better and improve their health,” said Scott Matthews, SVP of Marketing and Solutions at Zipongo. “Studies continue to show the power of a healthy diet in reducing chronic health problems and boosting people’s health and well-being. We believe the Limeade focus on the whole person, combined with Zipongo’s focus on nutrition, will have a tremendous impact on overall employee well-being.”
The partnership includes seamless technology integration, making it easy for employees to join Zipongo’s personalized programs, activities and challenges. Real-time progress tracking keeps people connected with the program. HR leaders get a more streamlined management experience with advanced dashboard reporting and management through the Limeade Integration Center.
For more information about Limeade and Zipongo, please visit www.limeade.com and www.meetzipongo.com.
Zipongo empowers people to make better decisions about what to eat—at home, at work, and on the go. Zipongo’s digital nutrition platform includes meal planning, online grocery ordering and grocery rewards, healthy food delivery, and other tools that make it easier to select, purchase, and prepare healthy foods. More than 150 Fortune 1000 companies and dozens of health plans and wellness platforms offer Zipongo digital nutrition solutions as an employee benefit, helping to improve the health and well-being of workers while ultimately lowering the overall cost of healthcare for the organization. To learn more about Zipongo’s digital nutrition platform, visit www.meetzipongo.com or request a demo at [email protected].
About Limeade: Limeade is an employee engagement company that inspires commitment by elevating culture. Limeade technology creates an immersive experience focused on the whole person, the whole company and the whole ecosystem with integrated well-being, engagement, social recognition and aggregation software. Recognized for its own award-winning culture, Limeade helps the world’s best companies develop happier, healthier and more productive employees. Learn more on www.limeade.com, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
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