Supermarket dietitians are gearing up to promote May as Mediterranean Diet Month with a whole roster of activities that includes demos, distribution of recipes, easy swapping products for more healthful ones, even television segments. This year, their job has been made easier by Boston-based Oldways, a non-profit organization that’s launched a year’s worth of themed promo ideas in “toolkits.” Dubbed Oldways Nutrition Exchange (ONE), the toolkit program, launched ...
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