With new vigor, supermarket dietitians are busy promoting fresh produce. They're driven by national initiatives, their employers, and by informed, health-conscious consumers. With the national spotlight trained on childhood obesity, and the public's attention focused on particular diet-limiting illnesses, fresh produce is a natural — in more ways than one. “As a dietitian, I can say we're in an incredibly exciting time,” said Sue Moores, registered dietitian, at 9-unit Kowalski's ...
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