Lucky Iron Fish® Cooking Party

Lucky Iron Fish® Cooking Party
― November 5-6, 2021 ―

The Lucky Iron Fish® is a simple, reusable and effective cooking tool that adds extra iron to your daily foods or drinks. Lucky Iron Fish is an affordable solution, designed to simply be dropped in boiling water or liquid based meals for 10 minutes to release a significant portion of your daily recommended iron.

Iron is the nutrient that helps blood move oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Without adequate iron, you may experience fatigue, dizziness, headaches, brittle nails, tiredness, heart palpitations and more. In children, lack of iron has serious consequences when it comes to their cognitive development. On the other hand, having sufficient iron results in improved energy levels, improved concentration, improved immunity, and more. This in turn allows for better performance in school as well as work.

Tryazon will select 100 hosts for this opportunity. Those chosen will receive a party pack with a selection of Lucky Iron Fish products to showcase and sample with friends and family! Learn more about the products and party by clicking the tabs below!

Hosts selected for this party will receive a party pack valued at $60+, containing the following items:

A note from CEO, Gavin Armstrong:

“I am a firm believer that businesses have a responsibility to solve some of the world's greatest challenges. And one of the biggest challenges we face today is that of hidden hunger. Over 1/3 of the world's population go to bed malnourished.

Iron deficiency is the world's largest nutritional challenge negatively impacting over 2 billion people. Lucky Iron Fish was designed to serve as a simple solution to this complex problem.

Additionally, as a Certified B-Corporation, we are committed to make our solution accessible to families that need it the most. A portion of every sale is used to give back to undernourished families locally and internationally. We are on a mission to make iron deficiency a thing of the past, one Fish at a time.”

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Lucky Iron Fish: A simple solution for a global problem

The Lucky Iron Fish™ is a social enterprise dedicated to reducing iron deficiency rates around the world. Cooking with this specially formulated iron ingot can release up to 75% of a person’s daily required iron intake.

Iron for Vegans and Vegetarians - with the Lucky Iron Fish

Vegans and vegetarians are often concerned about their dietary iron because plant-based iron sources (like beans, tofu and seeds) are poorly absorbed by the body compared to iron in animal foods. The Lucky Iron Fish is a great way to add safe and absorbable iron to a plant-based diet.

How to use Lucky Iron Fish

It’s as easy as 1-2-3-4. Step 1: Bring 4 cups of liquid to a rolling boil. Step 2: Add 2-3 drops of citrus (or any acidic ingredient such as vinegar, tomatoes, etc.) then add the Lucky Iron Fish. Step 3: Let boil for 10 minutes. Step 4: Remove your Lucky Fish then wash & thoroughly dry before rubbing with Protection Oil.

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  • Oct 11Applications Due
    All party host applications need to be received by this date.
  • Oct 13Hosts Selected
    Applicants will receive notification by email by this date. Those party hosts who are accepted and confirmed will have their party packs shipped to them.
  • Oct 15Start Party Planning
    Hosts can begin planning for their parties. Tryazon will provide party guides and resources to assist!
  • Nov 5Host Parties
    The fun begins in November, when parties will be hosted!

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