Nutrition Technicians

Your trusted resource for making better choices in the grocery aisles.

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Nutrition Technicians

Your trusted resource for making better choices in the grocery aisles.

Overview

If current projections continue, obesity rates will reach 50% by the year 2030. That means most Americans are struggling with picking the right foods and eating them in the right proportions. We believe that the grocery store is where it all begins. The food you put in your cart determines how you will look, feel, and ultimately, how healthy you will be now and in the future. Our specially trained Nutrition Technicians are your on-the-ground, trusted resource for making better choices in the aisle. They are working to reverse these trends by empowering shoppers to achieve and maintain good nutrition. Our Nutrition Technician program will be rolling out across our stores throughout 2020.

Become a Nutrition Technician

By The Numbers

People Patients

90%

Americans eat more sodium than recommended.1

Donut Unhealthy Food

40%

Empty calories that make up total daily calories for children and teens.2

Bowl Of Produce

60%

Americans don’t consume enough fruits and vegetables.3

Benefits

  • Ever wondered which bread is healthiest? How to pick the perfect avocado? Our Technicians are specially trained by industry experts, so they can enable you to make better for you choices in every aisle.
  • Our Nutrition Technicians are part of the fabric of your store. Look for them each time you shop to learn about healthy recipes, brand new products and digital tools to make healthy shopping easier.
  • While our Technicians are nutrition experts, they are also your personal wellness concierge, connecting you to other health resources throughout your store.

Get Started

Ready to tap into our Nutrition Technicians’ wealth of knowledge and resources on nutrition, health and wellness? Look for a Nutrition Technician at select stores in Cincinnati, Columbus, Lexington, Louisville and Nashville.

Interested in becoming a Nutrition Technician?

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References:
  1. Medical News Today - https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/304833.php
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - https://www.cdc.gov/healthyschools/nutrition/facts.htm
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr