Meal delivery kits are gaining popularity as consumers are seeking to strike a balance between home-cooked meals and convenience. Pre-portioned, relatively affordable, and delivered straight to the doorstep, it is understandably easy to overlook a few shortcomings.
Whether you work as a store dietitian or serve in a corporate or regional role, it’s important to understand the priorities of a store director so you can be an effective partner with advancing retail initiatives. The following interview with Mary Kruck, Store Director at Coborn’s in Isanti, Minnesota provides some valuable insights.
At Monsanto, we recently highlighted several key developments in our R&D pipeline – including work in data science, plant breeding, plant biotechnology, crop protection and ag biologicals. We invest in these projects to help farmers improve their productivity regardless of where they farm, the size of the operation or agricultural practices they choose to deploy.
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.