We all are aware that working in silos can slow down or significantly hinder a company’s progress towards their strategic plan. If teams are able to effectively collaborate by sharing resources and working together to achieve goals, the rate of progress is accelerated. For dietitians, who are still relatively new in the retail environment, internal collaboration is especially important to help you gain a holistic view of the organization and provide you an opportunity to educate co-workers on the skills and value you possess to drive company success
My role at ShopRite is to stay up-to-date on current food and nutrition topics, trends, and research and then translate that information into easily understandable language while teaching customers and associates practical ways to apply it to their lifestyles.
In a given day, more than two million searches are done on Google alone. This number doesn’t account for other search engines. Adding to these stats is the fact that the first five results in a Google search get 67% of the clicks. So how does your content show up in those first five results? By effective use of search engine optimization (SEO). Here are five things you need to know about SEO:
Gala? Honeycrisp? Fuji? Rave®? The apple category is getting more crowded each year. In this webinar, you’ll gain knowledge on all things apple related. Learn about the MANY types of apples available today and how to effectively promote each one. You’ll even hear what shoppers are looking for in apples and how this year-round category impacts your store’s bottom line.
My position is an in-store retail dietitian. My primary function is to bring health and wellness to life in the store through a number of avenues including store tours, strategic signage, culinary demonstrations, consultations, store wellness events, television and radio segments.
Conducting educational supermarket store tours continues to be a valuable way to point out new products, provide special diet guidance, dispel common food myths and highlight a variety of convenient, storewide options that help consumers prepare healthful meals at home. Conducted properly, tours can enhance customer loyalty, increase basket size and have a positive impact on the health of your shoppers. Here are five tips to help increase the effectiveness of your tours:
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.
An increasing number of dietetic students and interns are interested in retail work and are looking for meaningful learning experiences to explore employment options and gain an understanding of the retail environment. Managed correctly, you can engage students in activities that help them align with their career aspirations while obtaining some fresh insights for your company. The following considerations can help ensure each placement is purposeful, challenging and relevant to the individual who may be working with you.