Minneapolis, MN (Apr 24, 2018) — Saint Therese is offering the Healthy Savings program to make healthy eating easier and more affordable for its employees on their health insurance plan. With Healthy Savings, employees can save 25% on all fresh produce purchases in the fresh produce department in addition to over $50 in weekly savings on other healthy staples like lean meats, yogurts, cheeses, whole grains and more. Employers today are increasingly linking healthy diets to better productivity and lower absenteeism.
“Saint Therese is dedicated to the well-being of each individual – both the customers we serve, and our employees who serve them,” said Saint Therese Director of Employee Benefits, Chatanya Miller. “Healthy Savings provides our employees a unique advantage to eating healthier and we couldn’t be more excited to offer it.”
With simplicity as the cornerstone of the program, each week employees’ accounts are preloaded with savings – eliminating any clipping or downloading of coupons. Employees simply shop at any of the over 1,400 participating retailer locations and swipe their card or mobile app at checkout for instant savings.
“I always like to brag about how much I have saved just in produce alone. I think this program needs to be pushed to more employees,” said a Healthy Savings member who has used the program since 2013.
“Healthy eating is a movement with Millennials and Gen Xers at the lead. As these generations make-up over 65% of the American workforce, programs like Healthy Savings are important in attracting and retaining top talent,” said Chad Kelly, Solutran CMO, and general manager of Healthy Savings. “We tip our hats to progressive employers like Saint Therese who are funding Healthy Savings for their employees.”
The technology behind the Healthy Savings program is powered by Solutran, Inc., a Minnesota-based technology company specializing in electronic benefit transfer and payment processing solutions.
Healthy Savings is accepted at the following retailers in Minnesota: Cash Wise, Coborn’s, Cub Foods, Hornbacher’s, Kowalski’s, Lunds & Byerlys and Mackenthun’s.
About Healthy Savings®
Healthy Savings is a program for participants to save on healthier foods without having to clip, print or download coupons. Discounts are pre-loaded onto participant accounts each week and activated with a simple scan of a barcode from a card or mobile phone at checkout of participating retail stores. Solutran S3 technology serves as the supporting substantiation platform behind the Healthy Savings program. The mission of Healthy Savings is to unlock the enormous potential within each individual with the goal of working together to improve the way America eats.
About Saint Therese
Saint Therese is a nonprofit, Catholic senior living and care organization born out of a simple mission: do ordinary things with extraordinary love. For 50 years, we have supported Twin Cities’ seniors and their families with innovative programs designed to make life better and more fulfilling. As individual needs change so do our care offerings—all while creating countless opportunities for physical wellness, spiritual connection and social activities.
We have five senior communities in New Hope, Brooklyn Park, Shoreview, Robbinsdale and Woodbury that are rich with thoughtful amenities and support. Our compassionate services also reach seniors living in the broader Twin Cities area through home care, outpatient therapies and wellness programs.
Saint Therese. Making every day extraordinary. To learn more, visit: www.sttheresemn.org.
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