Retail Dietitians Resources
Retail dietitians are the direct conduit to American consumers who are hungry for nutritional information and advice. Dietitians play an important role in helping consumers not only understand the foods they buy, but learn how to make the most — nutritionally — out of their buying choices. Understanding this, the NOA has created a series of turnkey toolkits for dietitians to include complete cooking class curricula, social media posts, FAQs and more, to help make this important job easier with trusted onion information, recipes, and social content at their fingertips.
Onion Toolkit for Dietitians
This toolkit will help dietitians and their customers understand the nutritional benefits and versatility of onions. Inside:
- How onions are grown.
- Q & A with two growers.
- Tips for selecting at point-of-purchase.
- How to use and store at home.
The resources can be used in all aspects of your work:
- Social media.
- Television/radio segments.
- Classes and counseling.
It will all help encourage and guide healthier meal planning for consumers and drive wellness and business success for your location.
The Seasonal Supplements
Spring is in the air and summer will soon follow. Warm weather months mean plenty of opportunities exist to engage shoppers with new meal ideas, shopping and eating tips, and recipes to meet their seasonal needs – from spring parties to lighter, plant-based meal options, and outdoor grilling. In this Spring/Summer supplement to the Retail Dietitian Toolkit, the National Onion Association has provided meaningful, turn-key content to incorporate into your wellness programs in addition to helping drive store-wide sales.
In this Winter supplement to the Retail Dietitians Toolkit, dietitians will find turn-key tools of classroom activities, social media and television segments targeted to educating consumers for the seasons:
- Easy Holiday Entertaining (November-December)
- Warm Family Meals (November-February)
- Weight Management (January)
- Hearth Health (February)
In this Fall supplement to the Retail Dietitians Toolkit, dietitians will find turn-key tools of classroom activities, social media and television segments targeted to educating consumers for the seasons:
- Fall Tailgating
- Family Meals Month
- Diabetes Management