Bending American Food Culture Feature Resonates
Editor in chief Sandy Todd Webster’s article “Bending American Food Culture” in the September issue was so on point. As a dietitian, I’m constantly cognizant about who exactly is my target audience—and that “target” keeps moving. It’s clear that traditional registered dietitian services of the past—such as meal planning, cooking demos, and so on, will always need tweaking to remain relevant to current culture. Those [who are] successful in the industry are the ones who [are] able to adapt and morph their offerings for future generations.
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