With a mission to foster the continuing business education and career development of current and future retail dietitians, the Retail Dietitians Business Alliance is continually evolving to provide you with insightful content and education through the latest methods.
The Retail Dietitian Business Alliance is now accepting applications for the 2019 Retail Dietitian of the Year Award. This award recognizes a professional who shows leadership in utilizing business skills and industry knowledge to positively impact consumer behavior change through the retail sector.
A definite highlight of FNCE is the annual What’s In Store event, hosted by the Retail Dietitians Business Alliance and Fleishman Hillard. The event provides a unique opportunity for networking amongst retail dietitians, dialogue with sponsors who support retail dietitian activations, and education tailored to the work stream of retail.
Mark your calendars now as the Retail Dietitians Business Alliance (RDBA) and Winsight Grocery Business (WGB) and announce the return of Retail Dietitian Exchange (RDE) in 2019. The event will take place May 20-22 at McCormick Place Chicago in partnership with the National Confectioners Association’s (NCA) Sweets and Snacks Expo. The event brings business best practices, engaging networking opportunities, timely industry updates and much more to retail dietitians across the nation.
Research conducted earlier this year by HubSpot found that individuals watch an average of 1.5 hours of video content every day. Given the choice, 72% of consumers would rather learn about a new product via video than text, and 83% consider sharing a video with friends.
The Retail Dietitians Business Alliance announces the establishment of the Jane Andrews Lifetime Achievement Award in Retail Dietetics, bestowing the first award on Jane at her retirement party of August 6th. As detailed in last week’s article, Jane has had incredible vision and made many significant contributions to the profession across her career. This award recognizes her many achievements in the retail dietetics industry.
When I started working in the grocery industry in 1990 there were only a few dietitians employed in supermarkets. I was pretty much at a loss but am very thankful for a handful of individuals who shared their knowledge, helped me navigate the retail waters, and motivated me in my new role. Jane Andrews from Wegmans was one of those dietitians.