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This campaign ended on January 18 at 4PM
January 18, 2017 will be the second ever Global Pulse Day, a global event to celebrate pulses and continue the momentum of the International Year of Pulses. The first Global Pulse Day took place on January 6, 2016, under the name "Pulse Feast", with 141 events spanning 36 countries, it reached 21 million people.
The #GlobalPulseDay will be a simple and delicious way for you to celebrate and help raise awareness of the sustainability, nutritional and health benefits of pulses for people and the planet. Learn more here.
So whether you want to make a statement about the importance of eating sustainably for the health of the planet, are looking for a great way to kick-start your healthy eating regime in 2017, or simply love eating pulses - join us!
Getting involved couldn’t be simpler. All you have to do is get friends, family or work colleagues together for breakfast, lunch or dinner on the 18th January, at home, work or in a restaurant. If you are looking for culinary inspiration, click here to visit our fantastic collection of pulse-based recipes, from spicy bean burgers and black bean chili to exotic Indian dishes.
We’d love to see any photos from your Global Pulse Day event, so please share a photo of your meal on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, using the hashtag #GlobalPulseDay.
This Thunderclap allows organizations and their supporters to share their love for pulses and #GlobalPulseDay on social media (Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr) automatically. That means that if you pledge your support, the Thunderclap app will automatically post a #GlobalPulseDay message around the world at 12pm GMT on the 18th January.
The United Nations declared 2016 as the International Year of Pulses. Our goal is to encourage people around the world to share recipes and celebrate delicious bean, pea, lentil and chickpea dishes throughout the year and beyond.
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