---- — LONDONDERRY — To celebrate 40 years of making whole food supplements in New Hampshire, MegaFood will host a community-wide festival at its new facility in Londonderry.
A ZingMojo Festival of Local Freshness will be held July 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the facility at 11 Delta Drive.
The festival features live music, local produce, activities for children and tours of the company’s facility.
MegaFood publicist Amy Summers said the company has worked hard on creating healthy products — about 53 in all.
“It’s one of the very first whole food suppliers,” Summers said. “It’s a very long history.”
Summers said since whole food nutritional products are very popular now, the new facility in Londonderry is keeping up with all the trends in foods today.
FoodState, MegaFood makers CEO Robert Craven said the event on July 20 will show visitors just how passionate the company is about good health.
“ZingMojo is that state of controlled craziness that emerges when a group of passionate people are in a hurry to deliver a mission that improves lives,” Craven said. The festival is a way for us to share our passion for whole food supplements with our local community and celebrate our 40th birthday.”
MegaFood has been a pioneer in the whole food supplement movement by launching more than 50 varieties of supplements designed for men, women and children.
The company was founded on the idea that dietary supplements could be successfully made from farm fresh whole foods.
The event is free and open to the public.
For information about MegaFood or the festival, visit singmojo.com or megafood.com.