HumanN Donates $50,000 in Products to Frontline Workers
HumanN, an Austin-based functional food and supplement company, has launched We Are All HumanN, donating $50,000 worth of SuperBeets and Neo40 products to healthcare workers and those on the frontlines fighting COVID-19 around the country as a thank you for all the hard work they are doing. The supplements are being donated to help support overall energy levels of these heroes.
HumanN has sent and pledged products to nurses, physicians and emergency responders in Austin, Houston and San Antonio, Texas and in other states including California, Virginia and South Carolina.
HumanN has donated products to SuperBeets manufacturing lines to help support overall energy levels. HumanN also recognizes the critical importance of truckers who have been helping deliver goods around the country during the pandemic.
The company has sent products to Villari Brothers Trucking Company in North Carolina, to support their truck drivers who deliver proteins to grocery stores and food service operators up and down the east coast and throughout Texas.
HumanN has set up an online platform for healthcare workers to visit and request products to be sent to their offices. HumanN encourages healthcare workers around the country to visit HumanN.com/WeAreAllHumanN and request products for your teams.
AnnMarie and Joel Kocher, HumanN President and CEO, said in a statement, “As many are advised to stay home during this pandemic, there are still so many who are out on the front lines, risking health and safety for the good of others.”
Dr. John Ivy, Renowned Physiologist, Chairman of HumanN Science Advisory Board and Chair Emeritus of the University of Texas Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, said: “At HumanN, we have long been touting the benefits of Nitric Oxide. We are pleased to be able to offer these products to others on the frontlines of COVID-19 and look forward to sharing these products we believe in with others who they may help.”
HumanN has the exclusive Nitric Oxide license through the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, was the recipient of the 2017 Nutrition Business Journal Award for Science.