I’m responsible for supporting and executing brand initiatives and programs regarding nutrition and healthy living offerings and managing an extensive portfolio of channels to provide nutrition-related education, support, and guidance to Giant’s customers, associates, and communities. In simpler terms – I create and manage nutrition content.
By now, you’ve probably joined the one billion people that use Instagram. The platform started in 2010 and has the fourth highest number of users of mobile apps, outranked by Facebook, Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. There’s some great news for businesses as 200 million users visit at least one business profile daily, and 90% follow a business (according to Hootsuite, a social media management platform).
The landscape of genetic testing has changed dramatically in recent years and there are now hundreds of companies offering direct-to-consumer (DTC) tests. These kits include reproductive, predictive and diagnostic tests that provide information on ancestry, lifestyle factors and potential disease risk.
There are multiple signs mushrooms will be one of the top trending foods for the year ahead. The reason is simple: Fresh mushrooms’ multiple attributes align with the changing dynamics of both dining in and dining out. A nutrient powerhouse, mushrooms also bring a filling, comforting taste.
The Retail Dietitian Business Alliance is now accepting applications for the 2021 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. The award, including $500 to be used towards professional development, will be presented at the RDBA Virtual Experience on May 6. The RDBA Advisory Board and Executive Committee will review all applications and determine the award winner.
For many people, negotiating can be a very difficult thing to do and something that is often avoided. Suzanne de Janasz, a professor of management and conflict resolution at George Mason University has researched negotiation for more than two decades and found that whether it comes to a higher salary, a promotion, help at home or a better car deal, women find it harder to ask than men because they simply don’t think they deserve it, can’t possibly get what their asking for, or will experience some sort of backlash.