SEARCY, Arkansas (June 19, 2018) – – If you’ve ever had the pleasure of eating gelato, you know it’s something special. Extra creamy. Super dreamy flavors. Typically served in smaller portions to be savored. Thrive Frozen Nutrition seeks to capitalize on that cachet as it launches Thrive Gelato, a nutritionally enhanced product for the healthcare, (continued…)Read More
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SEARCY, Arkansas (June 15, 2018) – – In just a few days, Thrive Frozen Nutrition will unveil its first new product since the launch of nutrition-enhanced Thrive Ice Cream in 2011 at Breakthroughs 2018, one of the healthcare industry’s largest leadership conferences. Set for June 19-22, the event is hosted by Premier Inc. (NASDAQ: PINC), (continued…)Read More
ORLANDO, Fla., (April 26, 2018) — Thrive has tapped Bruce D. Riggins as its new senior vice president of Sales. Thrive is the creator of Thrive Ice Cream, a nutritionally enhanced ice cream used by healthcare organizations and collegiate and professional sports programs as a healthier dessert, snack, dietary supplement, or meal replacement for individuals with (continued…)Read More
After moving to a long-term care facility, 80-year-old Sarah had no appetite and began losing weight. She had little energy and was increasingly quiet. Her daughters and caregivers were concerned and did all they could to encourage Sarah to eat. There are many Sarahs across America. Unintended weight loss among high-risk geriatric adults is a (continued…)Read More
Bernie Eberle is an energetic 82-year-old. Five feet tall, she barely tips the scales at 100 pounds. While not technically frail—frail elderly are typically defined as persons over age 75 with physical or mental conditions that may interfere with the ability to perform activities of daily living independently—Eberle’s age puts her on the brink and (continued…)Read More