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Dietitians Play An Advisory Role In Midwest Grocery Stores

December 13, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
With a growing number of American consumers concerned about eating healthy, nutritious foods, U.S. supermarket chains, especially those located in the Midwest, have hired registered dietitians to advise customers. Iowa chain Hy-Vee has stationed a dietitian in nearly all 235 of its stores. Other stores that have gotten on the dietitian bandwagon include Kroger, Giant-Eagle, H-E-B, Bashas’, Reasor’s Foods, and Meijer. Services provided by the dietitians include: cooking demonstrations and cooking classes; teaching people how to read labels; educating people about the benefits of the produce section; and providing advice on food allergies and food sensitivities.
"Supermarket dietitians help consumers in healthy choices", Miami (Oklahoma) News Record , December 13, 2012, © Miami News Record
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