Because we know retail dietitians have busy schedules which can shift at the last minute, we record all our educational webinars. See below for all past webinars. Continuing education credits for dietetic professionals are available for one year following the date of the live webinar. Contact email@example.com for continuing education information.
Join Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN, to update you about the latest information on an increasingly important topic and how it applies to retail. This webinar seeks to offer participants a global perspective on the consumption and importance of milk.
RDBA WEBINAR: Appealing to the Health-Focused Online Shopper: E-commerce Insights and New Data from USA Pears
Over the past two years, online grocery sales have surged, jumping as high as 300% early in the pandemic, compared to the previous year.* What was once done out of necessity has become a habit for many shoppers that is expected to continue into the future. While the shift to online shopping created initial challenges, it has also presented opportunities for commodities like USA Pears and retail dietitians to help guide shoppers to nutritious food options.
Global sales of no- and low-alcohol beverages are surging, and health-conscious millennials are driving the mindful drinking movement, with 66% making efforts to reduce their alcohol consumption, according to Neilson data. Sip along as we make two mocktails with renowned chef, Matt Abdoo and discuss 5 ways retail RDs can accommodate this trend while giving shoppers a boost. We’ll also hear from Spartan Nash’s Deanna Sheid, on how she used mocktails as the foundation to develop a successful 360, cross-functional marketing campaign for her 128 stores.
This webinar, sponsored by Quaker Oats and Bare Snacks, will discuss affordable, versatile and nutritious products, provide dietitians with creative ideas on how to promote these products through their programming and share guidance on additional strategies RDs can use to help their shoppers make the most of their grocery budget.
Join RDBA for a virtual activity on Thursday, October 28th 2-3pm CT where Coborn’s Health & Wellness Manager Emily Parent MFCS, RD, LD, FAND will take you through best practices for hosting both virtual and in-person snack-alongs with your shoppers.
Data suggestions that kids’ influence on household purchases has increased, including in the food and beverage category. And from environmentally friendly products to global flavors to vegetarianism, today’s kids are more health conscious than prior generations. During this webcast, RDBA CEO Phil Lempert and Executive Director Annette Maggi, MS, RDN, LD, FAND will talk with a Kimberly Asman, RD, In-store Dietitian at Weis Markets, Inc. and Amy Petersen, MS, RD, LD, Health and Nutrition Manager at Coborn’s, Inc. about kids’ programming that works, ROI of these programs, and the value to the retail industry.
The first 1,000 days offer tremendous potential and opportunity to influence short- and long-term health outcomes. Since experts agree that sound nutrition during this critical period supports a child’s ability to grow and meet developmental milestones, both physically and cognitively, caregivers must take necessary steps to lay a strong foundation during infancy and toddlerhood. Registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) can provide practical, evidence-based solutions to help caregivers navigate food choices and feeding techniques during this exciting period.
FMI’s Staying-Strong-with-Family-Meals Barometer research reveals that the majority of Americans plan to continue having family meals to stay connected to their loved ones, building on the habits bolstered during the height of the pandemic. In addition, FMI’s U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends 2021 study shows that the desire to balance pleasure, health, values, and convenience still forms the backbone of how consumers think about and practice notions of eating and cooking well. Helping your shoppers understand how to make nutritious, delicious, and convenient meals will likely make family meals more achievable and enjoyable.
RDBA WEBINAR: Bringing Sustainable Food Systems to Life in Retail through Improved Access, Sustainability, and Everyday Nourishing Foods
With food insecurity at an all-time high, creating a more sustainable food system for the future is essential to feed a growing global population. The World Health Organization has defined a healthy and sustainable diet as one inclusive of a dietary pattern that promotes all dimensions of individuals’ health and well-being – foremost having equitable access to affordable and safe foods that have low environmental pressure and impact and that they are culturally acceptable.