Jul 10, 2013Retail Industry InsightsBusiness SkillsCommunications
Ready to be a retail game changer? RDBA is thrilled to officially announce our not-to-miss educational opportunity for retail dietitians held in partnership with the Food and Culinary Professionals (FCP) Dietetic Practice Group (DPG).
Jun 12, 2013Business SkillsCommunications
Food Waste is a complex issue resulting in about 20 pounds of food wasted per person each month. Individual retailer efforts, industry collaborations, government initiatives, and consumer education are key to addressing the issue.
Jun 5, 2013Communications
Facebook provides more than a platform to just "get the word out." We've got some practical and actionable tips to help you engage more meaningfully with your shoppers.
May 29, 2013Communications
You’re familiar with the FDA and USDA’s role when it comes to food and nutrition regulations. But what about the FTC? From advertising to children to deceptive claims and green guidelines, you may be surprised at what the FTC is up to.
May 15, 2013Communications
Up front or on pack—nutrition labels, panels and logos are about to become much more prominent, and there’s no doubt that retail dietitians will play a significant role in translating for consumers.
May 8, 2013Communications
Are you a “good source” of expertise when it comes to food and nutrition regulations? By honing regulatory knowledge and skills, registered dietitians can help retailers follow the rules of the road.
May 1, 2013Communications
TV spots provide excellent opportunities to showcase that best of what’s happening with your retailer while providing nutrition education. Today we’ll learn what sets the best television interviews apart from the rest.
Apr 3, 2013Communications
Effective cooking demonstrations not only drive sales and build customer loyalty but also provide retail dietitians with an opportunity to collaborate across departments and measure the business impact of their efforts.
Mar 13, 2013Communications
An important role of retail dietitians is making nutrition education part of the conversation instead of a side bar. This means making nutrition fun (so shoppers are engaged) and relevant to the store (to help build sales).
Dietitians working for vendors and public relations agencies are well-positioned to provide retail dietitians with a wealth of resources and information—from materials, content, samples, coupons, program concepts, and more.
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