Many supermarket dietitians work with their pharmacy department on projects relating to disease management but a deeper understanding of the clinical side of the pharmacy business can help identify additional opportunities for meeting customers’ health and wellness needs and expand community outreach.
Today’s shopper seeks greater transparency to how food items are grown and produced, creating exciting opportunities for retail dietitians to engage with shoppers on the quality, safety, and sustainability of foods and their ingredients. As the plant-based eating trend continues to grow, consider sharing the following insights on tofu production with your shoppers.
The Retail Dietitians Business Alliance today opens our one-of-a-kind one-stop Social Media Dashboard to solve the problem that our member influencers have who are watching their content and campaigns being spread across different platforms, different media channels and as a result wasting precious time trying to analyze those assets.
There are great health benefits to family mealtime but let’s face it, gathering everyone around the table at the same time in the evening is tough to pull off. Between adult work schedules and kids’ activities, the logistics just don’t always align. To help families feel good about eating together you may also want to provide solutions for family breakfasts.
The growth and expansion of health and wellness programs at retail is predicted to continue as supermarkets capitalize on their capabilities to provide solutions that meet consumer needs within the changing healthcare environment.
The perimeter of the store is quickly becoming a point of differentiation for supermarkets and understanding how fresh departments operate is key for retail dietitians who want to engage this area of the store in health and wellness initiatives.