UnitedAg Announces their 2020 Ambassador Award Recipients

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Irvine, Calif., May 28, 2020 – UnitedAg today announces the Ambassador Award Recipients, and the embodiment of what it means to be an ambassador. UnitedAg's ambassador campaign is designed to foster community within its member companies as well as offer employees the opportunity to take a proactive role in their healthcare system. The campaign is designed to drive change to the current health benefit offerings through a series of health initiatives. Throughout the program, ambassadors receive development tools, get product tests and develop a network of like-minded people. This partnership opens-up the opportunity to create new product offerings while making a difference in their community.

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UnitedAg Expands Behavioral Health Resources Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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Irvine, Calif., May 21, 2020 - The COVID-19 pandemic has placed an unprecedented stress on communities worldwide. Before the pandemic, one in five adults in the US reported experiencing mental illness in the last year. Now, nearly half of adults report worsened mental health due to the pandemic. Concerns over job loss, financial insecurity, health and safety risks, social isolation, and grieving for loved ones sickened by the virus are impacting all parts of society.

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UnitedAg Member Farms and the Alameda County Community Food Bank Team Up to Feed Those Most in Need

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Irvine Ca, May 1, 2020 - In one of the first agreements of its kind between California producers and a county food bank, two farms will begin providing, at a reasonable rate, produce to the Alameda County Community Food Bank, allowing it to provide additional much-needed fresh fruit and vegetables to a growing number of residents in need of assistance. This innovative pilot program assists the food banks while keeping the agricultural supply chain together which is critical to the future of food supply.

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A Message from Our Chief Medical Officer to UnitedAg Members with Helpful Healthcare Resources

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As part of critical infrastructure, your work is essential for keeping our families, communities, and nation moving forward in this period of great change. During stressful and uncertain times, it's all too easy to neglect new and chronic health issues. You are focused on taking one day at a time, managing changes at work, and taking care of your families. Talking with your doctor about your blood pressure or getting checked for that new pain you're having seems less important than the fires you are putting out every, single, day.

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Message from the CEO

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As you know, the COVID-19 pandemic is bringing daily changes, challenges and stresses to all of us. I want to personally assure you that for UnitedAg, everything is business as usual in terms of the services we provide.

Our top priority is the health, safety and well-being of our members, employees, communities, and those we work with and serve. With this in mind, we have quickly established new guidelines for our staff, while still meeting our member needs with the least disruption as possible.

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NY Times Best Selling Author, Award-Winning Innovation Expert, and CEO of Trend Hunter Jeremy Gutsche to Keynote UnitedAg 40th Annual Conference ”Celebrate”, March 18-20 in Maui, Hawaii

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IRVINE, Calif., (AgPR) Jan. 17, 2020 – UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 1,000 organizations in California and Arizona, announced it will hold its 40th Annual Meeting & Conference March 18-20, at the Hyatt Regency in Maui, Hawaii. Themed “Celebrate,” this year’s conference will be one to remember as UnitedAg will be showcasing some of the most promising emerging health tech solutions. This conference will be a place where ideas will shape the future of agriculture’s health care system.

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UnitedAg in Partnership with Abundant Harvest, HMC Farms and Sun Valley Packing Celebrate the Grand Opening of the Health and Wellness Center in the City of Selma

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Selma, Calif., - UnitedAg staff, board members, service representatives, chamber members, local and state officials celebrated the grand opening of the new Health and Wellness Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday, December 11th.

Kirti Mutatkar, CEO for UnitedAg gave opening remarks, thanking all parties involved in the vision of the partnership project.

“We are proud to partner with the agricultural community of Selma and help deliver better access to healthcare to enhance the lives of farmworker families” said Kirti Mutatkar, CEO of UnitedAg.

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UnitedAg Celebrates Academy Graduation for the WomenAg and Emerging Leaders Academy

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Wednesday, December 4, in Westlake Village, Calif., UnitedAg celebrated the graduation of the 3rd Leadership Class of the WomenAg Leadership Academy and the 2nd Emerging Leaders Academy.

Ten members of the third WomenAg Leadership Academy and four members of the second Emerging Leaders Academy celebrated the completion of their leadership development experience. Reception and dinner were held at the Westlake Village Inn in Westlake, CA.

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UnitedAg Partners with Abundant Harvest, HMC Farms and Sun Valley Packing in Efforts to Provide More Innovative Health Care Solutions to Better Serve Farmworker Families in the City of Selma

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UnitedAg, www.unitedag.org, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 1,000 organizations, announced it is adding the fourteenth wellness center to its ever-growing network that serves California and Arizona farmworkers and their families. Together in partnership with three agricultural employers, the new wellness center will provide healthcare access to farmworkers and their families in the City of Selma.

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