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High Impact Grocery Store Tours

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Have you ever been asked to do a grocery store tour and did not know where to start?  This webinar will provide strategies that will help dietitians plan and implement successful high impact nutritional grocery store tours.

1.0 CPEU for Registered Dietitians

Learning Objectives:

  • List specific steps and develop a checklist for health-focused store tours.
  • Identify strategies to guide clients/patients to healthier choices by food category.
  • Use interactive exercises to teach and reinforce healthy and affordable food shopping techniques.
  • Identify resources to assist in meal planning, shopping, and preparation.


Nutrition, Culinary Art, Heart Health
Dietitian and Healthy Living Advisor Meijer

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