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Grocery Store Disruption News for Savvy Nutrition Educators

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Posted by: on Monday January 8, 2018 Amazon's expansion into the grocery store space, online ordering/delivery (about 25% of grocery stores provide this) and meal kit services aren't the only current grocery store disruptions. What is disruption? According to Wikipedia, it's an innovation that creates new markets and 'disrupts' an existing market. Here are some examples of grocery store disrupters... New in-store offerings **Why grocerants are the future of food shopping Grocerants are grocery stores offering typical shelf pro (...)

SNEB ACPP Resources

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Posted by: on Wednesday January 3, 2018 Are you feeling the way we are feeling? Everyday some new need for advocacy arises, and you wonder how will you find the energy to be everywhere at once? How much impact can we really have signing petitions? SNEB is a great tool for amplifying our voices and finding some focus for our efforts. There are also many resources at SNEB to help you become a more effective and focused advocate for nutrition. We’ve listed those out below. Now is a great time to remind your local, state, and nation (...)

Support the Future of Nutrition Education

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Posted by: on Tuesday November 28, 2017 Since 2004 the SNEB Foundation has awarded over 75 scholarships to promising nutrition education students wanting to attend the SNEB Annual Conference.  Many of those recipients have gone on to become active SNEB volunteers and leaders. Betty Izumi writes, “I was one year into my doctoral program and was thrilled to be the recipient of the SNEB Foundation scholarship. SNEB is the first professional organization that I joined.” Laura Hopkins adds, “I have been to several other nation (...)

Recorded Webinars: Fall 2017 Journal Club

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Posted by: on Tuesday November 21, 2017 The Fall 2017 Journal Club series is nearing an end! Thank you to our speakers, moderators and all attendees for an excellent series. The last webinar of this season, SNEB Journal Club 9: Effectiveness of a Parent Health Report in Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption, takes place Monday, November 27. Did you miss out on webinars 1-8? View the recorded webinars from the Fall 2017 Journal Club series to catch up on the nutrition education interventions you missed. Member Access Nonme (...)

Special Online Dialogue Now Session with SNEB Organizational Member Learning ZoneXpress

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Posted by: on Monday November 13, 2017   Thursday, November 16 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET A conversation about nutrition and health education signage and resource. Over time, our customers have moved from straight-forward nutrition education to a PSE approach. We support the thoughtfulness and planning that seems to come from PSE, but wonder if our products, marketing, and outreach need to change so that customers can more easily see how our resources now fit with their plans and initiatives. All welcome — no (...)

Call for Abstracts for the 2018 Annual Conference Now Open

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Posted by: on Monday November 6, 2017 SNEB invites you to submit abstracts for presentation at the 2018 Annual Conference in Minneapolis, MN, July 21 - July 24. The first deadline for submission is January 15, 2018. SNEB is interested in abstracts about research, and/or programs that relate to behavior change and food choice. Abstracts related to this year’s conference theme, Optimizing Impact: Supporting Food Systems with Nutrition Education, are also encouraged. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) category is (...)

Help us Identify Historic Photos

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Posted by: on Monday October 30, 2017 Right before the annual conference, SNEB Past President Deb Palmer-Keenan contacted the office about a box of photos she had that needed to be scanned. Time to work on the project never materialized so she passed the box along. Very few of the 300 prints and slides were identified. We've posted the images on a private webpage which you can join and comment. Any help in determining where these pictures fit in SNEB's history is much appreciated. To view the photos, join Cluster. If you have (...)

AFFI Infographics: Benefits of Frozen Foods Campaign

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Posted by: on Wednesday October 11, 2017 The American Frozen Food Institute, an SNEB Organizational Member, has released a new campaign that focuses on the benefits of frozen foods and how it can help those concerned with getting meals on the table, while incorporating the food safety message of reminding consumers to follow the package cooking instructions on frozen food for optimal safety and quality. To learn more, visit www.affi.org. Animated video based on the English infographic (...)

SNEB Remembers Beatrice ‘Bee’ Marks

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Posted by: on Tuesday October 3, 2017 Nutrition communication pioneer Beatrice "Bee" Marks passed away on Sept. 25 at the age of 95. No funeral service is planned but the family will announce a celebration of life at a later date. We are sharing a tribute prepared by Ketchum and an article released by PR Week. SNEB will post other remembrances as they are published. Watch Ketchum leaders reminisce about Bee and her contributions in this video. (...)

JNEB Call for Papers: Physical Activity

Posted by: on Monday September 18, 2017 JNEB is announcing a call for papers for a themed issue focused on physical activity to be published in late 2018. All paper types generally accepted at JNEB will be considered. Those with linkages to nutrition or diet will have priority, but all must be of interest to nutrition education and behavior researchers, educators, and practitioners. Manuscripts will be accepted for this issue until December 1, 2017. To learn more and submit, click here. (...)