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The (Re)Purpose of Food: Reducing Wasted Food at Home
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 | 12pm ET/11am CT/9am PT
Home is where the waste is. Forty-three percent of food waste occurs at home. It stems from a variety of reasons: we didn’t make the recipe we planned, we ate out rather than cooked, or can’t think of a way to use it — or repurpose it. Regardless of why, the loss in dollars and impact on the environment add up. Registered dietitians encourage fruits and vegetable consumption, yet they are some of the most wasted food. From purchase to cooking, this session will provide ideas to reduce food waste that can be implemented at home, shared with the media, in retail, and with community clients to be part of the solution to this global concern.
*Registration is Required
Judy Barbe, MS, RDN
Judy Barbe, an award-winning registered dietitian, has been bringing realistic health solutions to tables since 1992. As the founder of LiveBest, she specializes in nutrition communications consulting where she coaches women to take the stage with confidence, monitors food and nutrition trends to develop creative strategy, write relevant, engaging content, and deliver impactful, personable presentations that connect with audiences.
With expertise in nutrition and communications combined with an agriculture background, Judy brings more than 25 years of nutrition, food and agricultural public relations experience with expertise in a broad spectrum of communications: strategic counsel, issues and crisis management, marketing, and media spokesperson.
45-50 minute presentation, with 10-15 minutes of questions/answers
This presentation is for dietitians and other health professionals who work with consumers to improve diets by increasing fruit and vegetable consumption.
How to Register:
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1 CPEU available through the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)
Please feel free to e-mail Allison Kissel if you have any questions.