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by Kate Nicholson

“Aftermoon is the time between 2am and 5am in hospitals when night shift nurses need an invigorating snack to get through the rest of their day; it’s a way to send them one that’s wholesome and nutritious.”

In hospitals all across America, thousands of nurses face social, emotional and physical challenges on night shifts. One of them is eating nutritiously. Aftermoon is a way to send gifts of nutritious farm-to-bottle juice to nurses in the middle of the night. It’s a simple, yet holistic and powerful way to express your appreciation for nursing and support healthy and mindful choices. Beyond this, Aftermoon is grounds for new thinking about society’s role and food’s place in health systems.

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