June is National Cancer Survivors Month and you can team up with Jason’s Deli to support The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Supporting this cause is not only easy, but also very delicious. Now through April 2018, 50 cents from the sale of every Salmon Pacifica Salad at participating Jason’s Deli restaurants will be given to MD Anderson, this is an annual tradition for Jason’s Deli donating more than $726,000 to the world-renowned cancer center since 2013.
Created by the restaurant chain’s Chefs in collaboration with MD Anderson’s dietitians and cancer prevention researchers, the 450-calorie salad is full of nutrient-rich ingredients, including:
- Wild-caught Alaska sockeye salmon with Omega-3 benefits
- Avocado filled with more potassium than bananas
- Grape tomatoes full of lycopene
- Fire-roasted Piquillo peppers, cucumbers and pickled red onions add to the variety of plant-based ingredients
- USDA-certified organic field greens free of pesticides
- New cucumber-dill vinaigrette
Wait, there is even more reason to celebrate! Through the month of June Jason’s Deli is teaming up with its wild-caught Alaska salmon provider Trident Seafoods to offer customers the chance to win an all-expenses paid Alaskan Adventure fishing trip for two on August 10-12, 2017. Guests at participating Jason’s Deli restaurants can enter the trip giveaway and a chance to win a $10 gift card by texting the keyword SALMON to 35350 and then entering the daily code displayed on signage in the restaurant. One winner will be chosen for the trip at the end of the month. Be sure to enter now and head over to your local Jason’s Deli and try their new Salmon Pacifica Salad and knockout your hunger pains while also helping to knockout cancer!
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