67% of Parents Reward Children with Sweets

In July of 2105, Great American Cookies® released a survey about how parents reward their children for good behavior. The study showed that over 60% of parents rewarded their children with sweets. It’s obvious that we need to find healthier alternatives to reward our children for good behavior. See the infographic below for more details on the survey.

Sweets for Kids

This infographic details the top reasons parents reward their kids and how they’re rewarded. (PRNewsFoto/Great American Cookies)


Boost Your Sweets with NutriFusion®

Kids deserve to be rewarded for good behavior, but we have to find a more nutritional way to do so. While it would be optimal to reward our kids with cauliflower or asparagus, they simply do not see these as rewards. Since we started the company, we have been trying to help companies develop “better for you” packaged food products. One our first endeavors into sweets was with the Girl Scouts of America. We helped the Girl Scouts redevelop the Mango Cremes to be micronutrient packed with vitamins and minerals from fruits and vegetables.

“People aren’t going to stop eating cookies, but because of the processing done by the food industry we can actually put some of the nutrition back in and provide a healthier alternative to the consumer.” – William Grand, Founder and CEO of NutriFusion®

NutriFusion® is not a substitute for eating fruits and vegetables, but it does significantly improve the nutritional profile of packaged foods, snacks, and beverages. Click the button below to learn more about the science of NutriFusion®.