Pompano Beach, FL, April 30, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Popular morning show The Balancing Act on Lifetime TV is pleased to announce that Braga Fresh Family Farms will appear on the show in a three-part miniseries as part of the “Everyday Gourmet” programming line-up.
Braga Fresh Family Farms, run by the Braga family for more than three generations, grows high quality organic and conventional field-pack vegetables. Topics covered in the miniseries will include “Back to School” food solutions, “Happy Healthy Holidays,” and “New Year, New You” New Year resolutions for eating healthier.
Braga Fresh Family Farms continues to expand its 15 year old certified organic program to its product line.
“We’re so excited that Braga Fresh Family Farms is returning to the show for this miniseries so our viewers can see how fresh vegetables can be incorporated into kids school lunches to holiday recipes to benefit the whole family,” said Brian Maass and Nicole Oropesa, Senior Associate Producers, The Balancing Act.
To learn more about Braga Fresh Family Farms, please visit: http://www.bragafresh.com
About The Balancing Act® on Lifetime Television
Now in its 6th year, The Balancing Act® continues to empower women in all aspects of their lives. The mission at The Balancing Act® is simple -- the show strives to help today’s modern woman balance it all by bringing them exceptional solutions to everyday problems. Entertaining, educational and trusted by women, viewers can watch America’s premier morning show, The Balancing Act® on weekday mornings on Lifetime television at 7 am (ET/PT). For additional information or to view a segment visit: www.thebalancingact.com
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