Making healthier food choices has never been more important. With this in mind, Ahold Delhaize’s Stop & Shop banner has launched Nutrition Partners, a new dietitian program available digitally at no cost to customers.
The program connects Stop & Shop shoppers with licensed registered dietitians for nutrition consultations and help with preparing nutritious meals at home. Stop & Shop’s team of dietitians will also offer free online webinars and educational resources such as newsletters, plus quick and easy recipes to make at home.
“Supporting health and wellness in our communities is incredibly important to us, and we’re so proud to be able to offer this valuable service to our customers at no cost,” said Gordon Reid, president of Stop & Shop, in a statement. “We’re excited to launch Stop & Shop Nutrition Partners online at a time when so many of our customers are spending more time at home and cooking more of their own meals. We look forward to launching the program in-stores as well, once it is safe to do so.”
Customers who want to consult Stop & Shop Nutrition Partners will have the opportunity to contact dietitians directly to discuss food and nutrition-related questions. Stop & Shop’s team of dietitians will help them answer some of the challenging questions that come along with starting or maintaining a healthy and balanced diet.
Stop & Shop Nutrition Partners can also be reached via email at Nutrition@stopandshop.com and will provide customers with complimentary services, including nutrition webinars; one-on-one consultations; healthy cooking demonstrations; and educational resources, such as healthful shopping lists and living with allergies.
“Stop & Shop has always been committed to providing our customers with affordable, sustainable, better-for-you food choices,” said Allison Delaney, Stop &Shop Nutrition Partners' program lead, in a release. “Whether people need guidance on how to cut down on processed foods or simply want more resources when it comes to finding easy, nutritious recipes, we’re excited to partner with our customers in their health and wellness journeys.”
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