Minneapolis, MN (December 6, 2018) – Healthy Savings, the growing health & wellness program, announced today that Goya®, Quaker® and Naturipe® have partnered with the platform. These brands join over 200 food and beverage manufacturers that promote discounts on healthier food items to Healthy Savings members.

“Healthy Savings is an inventive program that gives us a cost-effective way to promote our healthy products,” said Marissa Ritter with Naturipe, “In turn, our customers have greater access to healthy food at a lower cost.”

Brands provide digital incentives through Healthy Savings for consumers to save on their healthier products. Promotions can be instantly redeemed through a single scan of the Healthy Savings card or mobile app at checkout of leading grocery stores. No clipping, printing or downloading of coupons is required.

“We care deeply about making it easier for Healthy Savings members to receive savings on the foods and beverages they should be consuming,” said Chad Kelly, Chief Marketing Officer of Solutran, Inc., the company behind Healthy Savings, “and these strong brands bring us one step closer to changing the way America eats.”

The program will carry an expected 20,000 location retail network by mid-2019 and is currently expanding its brand network nationwide.

“We’re proud of our partnership with Healthy Savings that helps individuals take a step toward eating a healthier diet,” said Charlie Lanktree, President and Chief Executive Officer of Eggland’s Best. “The program reinforces that shoppers can feel confident they’re purchasing a more nutritious egg, and overall healthier foods.”

Interested brands can visit this page for more information.

About Healthy Savings®

Healthy Savings® is a program which enables health insurers, employers, government entities and nonprofits to offer savings on healthier foods without having to clip, print or download coupons. Solutran® S3™ technology serves as the supporting substantiation platform behind the Healthy Savings program. The mission of Healthy Savings is to improve the way America eats. The technology behind the Healthy Savings program is powered by Solutran, Inc., a Minnesota-based technology company specializing in electronic benefit transfer systems and payment solutions.

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