Last look at 2022, looking ahead to 2023

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Tuesday January 31, 2023 In just a few years everyone now seems to have joined the future casting food and drink trend bandwagon. One

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The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior updates Nutrition Educator Competencies for Promoting Healthy Individuals, Communities, and Food Systems

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday January 30, 2023 Philadelphia, January 25, 2023 – In continuing efforts by the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) to improve the

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Beginning 2023: Looking back and moving forward.

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Friday January 13, 2023 As we begin 2023 we look back and forward:
  • U.S. life expectancy drops largely due to COVID and drug overdoses

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Dairy Council of California Appoints Amy DeLisio as New CEO

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Tuesday January 3, 2023 SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dairy Council of California, a leader in nutrition education and advocacy, announced

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Schuster’s Blog: New Year’s resolutions, eating out, grocery aisles and more

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Tuesday January 3, 2023 The New Year often comes with resolutions to eat better or be more active. Many may find this New Year

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Schuster’s Blog: Inflation, grandfamilies, and SNAP

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Thursday December 15, 2022 Families with limited resources are being squeezed on all sides.
  • Overall inflation has slowed yet food prices increased over the

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From SNEB Reflections on the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Wednesday December 7, 2022 In October 2022, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) was invited to participate in the historic in-person White

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Editorial: Proud to Have Served SNEB and JNEB

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Wednesday December 7, 2022 I’m taking this opportunity to thank the many people who have supported me in my tenure as your Editor-in-Chief, as

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What Gets Said, Heard, and Done: Health Care Provider Influences on Early Childhood Feeding Decisions

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday December 5, 2022
Place yourself in this scenario: you have questions about your 6-month-old infant's health and well-being, you may be

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Embrace the Opportunity: 2023 SNEB Conference Call for Abstracts

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday December 5, 2022
On behalf of the planning committee, we have the great pleasure of inviting you to the 2023 International Conference

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Schuster’s Blog: WIC Foods, SNAP, Rewards Programs and More

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Friday December 2, 2022 A soft drink vending machine at the checkout of a shoe store? My first thought when I saw this 8

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Making Sure to Keep the Person in Personalized Nutrition

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday November 21, 2022 Personalized nutrition focuses on the concept that individuals may respond very differently to foods and may require different dietary patterns

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Students, Gear Up for the SNEB Conference 2023!

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday November 21, 2022 The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) held its 2022 Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. This was the first

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Lauren Haldeman named Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday November 21, 2022 Philadelphia, November 21, 2022 – The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) is pleased to announce that Lauren

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Schuster’s Blog: Grocery retail, competition, food deserts and more.

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Tuesday November 15, 2022 A new ‘Big 3’ in grocery retail? Higher food prices? Less competition? More food deserts? These are some of the

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Schuster’s Blog: A proposed new definition of a ‘healthy’ claim for food and a new look at foods like SlimFast, pizza and more!

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday November 7, 2022

FDA’s proposed ‘healthy’ claim: background, reactions, impact…

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Resolution: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement for the Society of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Friday November 4, 2022

Resolution Open for Voting: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement for the Society of Nutrition Education and Behavior

The Advisory

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The White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health – now what?

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday October 24, 2022 The recent conference, now in the rearview mirror, was historic considering the last one of its kind was in 1969.

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Schuster’s Blog: High food prices: private labels, other deals/strategies

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Wednesday October 5, 2022 How times have changed! Store brands/private/generic labels were considered as inferior to brand names just a few years ago. The

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Schuster’s Blog: Universal school meals, ultra-processed food, Lucky Charms update and more.

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday September 26, 2022 As some states support school meals, some colleges cut back on dining options, a new cereal on-the-go (no milk needed),

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From JNEB – Advancing Nutrition Education and Behavior

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday September 12, 2022 I know this issue highlights some unique advances in nutrition education and behavior research, and I know you will agree

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SNEB Editorial – 2023 Conference Theme “Empowering Food Citizens: Together for Nutriiton and Food Systems Transformation. Re-connect, Re-nourish, Re-inspire…

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday September 12, 2022 Each year, the Society of Nutrition  Education and Behavior (SNEB) holds its international conference. It is the premier event for

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Schuster’s Blog: School Meals and More

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Friday September 2, 2022 As students head back to school, school meal challenges continue (supply chain issues, staffing, need to charge for meals, school

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Take Advantage of All JNEB Article Categories

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Tuesday August 16, 2022 I’m sure everyone is aware of the excellent research that is published in JNEB. The Research Articles and Research Briefs are

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SNEB Editorial: Nutrition Educator Competencies Require Reasonable Adventurers

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday August 15, 2022 SNEB members are familiar with the nutrition educator competencies adopted in 2016  that “articulate the foundational knowledge and performance skills

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Social media, on shelves, sports gambling in grocery stores & more

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday August 15, 2022 Two stories of note:
  • This fall UMass Amherst will be the first university to provide ratings of the carbon footprint of

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Food and Food Buying News

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Tuesday August 2, 2022 From the consumer lens… **INFLATION/ONLINE SHOPPING/COUPONS/BUY NOW PAY LATER (BNPL)/IMPULSE BUYING & SOCIAL MEDIA/SHOPPABLE CONTENT: Inflation prompts interest in food private

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Protected: SNEB Resolution Open for Member Comment

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Saturday July 23, 2022

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In the Beginning

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday July 18, 2022 I was struggling to find a topic that I could be enthused about for this issue’s editorial. With so many

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SNEB Committed and Engaged

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday July 18, 2022 In the past 3 years, we have strengthened the mission and values of SNEB to more clearly express what we

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Schusterer’s Blog — Health and Wellness

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Friday July 15, 2022 In an overview, six categories of retail health and wellness are identified:
  1. health
  2. fitness
  3. wellness-oriented nutrition
  4. wellness-oriented appearance (Twinings Glow

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Schusterer’s Blog — Food & Health News

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Tuesday July 5, 2022 by SNEB member Ellen Schusterer,  MS Cheap food trending, the metaverse, food delivery, visual online ads, an update on the 2

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SNEB Editorial – Ending Gender Wage Disparity Requires Social and Economic Action

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday June 20, 2022 by Jasia (Jayne) Steinmetz, RD, CD President, Society for Nutrition, Education and Behavior It is time to stop accepting the gender

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JNEB June Editorial – Moving More

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday June 20, 2022 by Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN Editor-in-Chief, Journal of NutritionEducation and Behavior, Advancing Research, Practice, and Policy The weather is fine and

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Schuster’s Blog – Food news

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday June 20, 2022 by SNEB member Ellen Schuster,  MS Food bank/school meal challenges, an update on FDA’s investigation of Lucky Charms complaints and more! FOOD

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Schuster’s Blog – Rising food costs

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Sunday June 5, 2022 by SNEB member Ellen Schuster,  MS Every day sees rising food costs prompting questions: Are companies raising prices because they can?

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Schuster’s Blog – 2023 Farm Bill, YBRS non-participation, a deep dive into Lucky Charms complaints and more!

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Sunday May 22, 2022 by SNEB member Ellen Schuster,  MS This ‘n that: Submit comments, info on listening sessions ahead of September White House conference on nutrition,

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SNEB Annual Conference explores technologies impact on nutrition education

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Wednesday May 18, 2022 From July 29 - 31, nutrition educators will meet at the Mariott Marquis in Atlanta, GA, for the Society for

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SNEB supports announcement of White House Conference

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Monday May 16, 2022 White House conference on hunger, nutrition slated for this September On May 4, President Biden announced that he will convene

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From JNEB: Communicating Your Findings Through Graphical Abstracts

Posted by: SNEB Administrator on Saturday May 7, 2022 Susan L. Johnson, PhD Senior Associate Editor, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior Advancing Research, Practice and Policy A newer trend in

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