A recent report from IRI and FMI indicates that the fresh food business of 2025 will be much different than that of 2015. The report also suggests that retailers must be forward-looking, data-driven and break from tradition to keep pace with the rate of change. Here are some report highlights:
New Podcast Available: The Dietitian’s Guide to the Benefits of Stocking High Vitamin D Mushrooms in Your Stores
The Retail Dietitians Business Alliance in partnership with Monterey Mushrooms announces the launch of our newest podcast, The Dietitian’s Guide to the Benefits of Stocking High Vitamin D Mushrooms in Your Stores.
Strong negotiations skills are essential for retail dietitians to possess, as most services and programs you offer require partnership at some level. Previously, we have discussed getting comfortable with negotiation basics, which has given rise to questions from RDBA members on how to handle situations when negotiations become contentious. Today’s article focuses on tips for managing these complicated conversations.
My role at Hannaford in Nashua, NH can be described as ever-changing. No day is the same. I could start my day doing a low salt store tour for a group of individuals with congestive heart failure and end it doing “food play” with a cheerful group of 7 year-olds looking to earn their Healthy Shopper Patch as part of the scouts.
The current coronavirus pandemic has impacted every individual’s life in some way. With the recommendations around social isolation and given the key role retailers play in the food supply chain, the industry is in overdrive ensuring shopper safety and availability of food.
Identifying your strengths can provide a significant and positive shift for your career and life. When you are aligned with your talents you will feel more confident and your expertise can be used to create a successful job and life that you love. Understanding your strengths takes self-knowledge so you can apply them to the various aspects of your job. Here are five questions that can help you discover, assess and leverage your strengths:
At the ShopRite of Clark, I am responsible for the health and wellness education and outreach to ShopRite guests, associates, and surrounding community. Programs include supermarket tours, individual and family nutrition counseling, culinary demonstrations, health fairs, and lunch and learns. As the in-store nutrition expert, I have the opportunity to share my knowledge to guests at the point of sale, which I find very inspiring.