ONE-Stop Resource Directory for Healthcare Professionals

Find the resources you need for promoting healthier food choices, all in one place.

 
The ONE-Stop Resource Directory was created to help Registered Dietitians and other healthcare professionals find the resources you need to do your job, all in one place.  We give you an easy, time-saving way to sort through health and wellness information from trade and commodity boards, and from food companies large and small.
 
Use our topic search tool to find information by topic – or simply browse through the directory. ONE-Stop provides links that whisk you directly to the information you want, and the names of company contacts (often RDs themselves!) to get the answers you need. No more time-consuming browsing or frustrating calls to customer service, when you need specifics on anything from soup to nuts.
 
Stop by often, as companies regularly update their information, and more companies and organizations sign on. 
 
For more information on the ONE-Stop Resource Directory, please contact Program Manager Deborah Plunkett at 617-896-4850 or deborah@oldwayspt.org

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Contact: Stephen Spill
Email: dietitian@naturaldelights.com
Phone: 831-905-1115

Natural Delights Medjool Dates are the finest Medjool Dates in the world, grown in and around the Bard Valley in the south east corner of California. Natural Delights Medjool Dates are not dried like many other dates but are fresh and moist. They are fat, cholesterol and sodium free yet contain 16 essential vitamins and minerals and are a good source of fiber. Natural Delights Medjool Dates are certified "Heart Healthy" by the American Heart Association.

Click on the following links for:
Health Benefits of Medjool dates
Recipes
Blog and website for health professionals
Growing Medjool Dates

Contact: Sherrie Rosenblatt, Vice President
Email: srosenblatt@cancentral.com
Phone: 202-232-4677

Contact: Lindsey Cohen, Manager, Marketing and Communications
Email: lcohen@cancentral.com
Phone: 202-232-4677

Contact: Elana Natker, MS, RD, FoodMinds
Email: RDinfo@cancentral.com
Phone: 703-232-1044

Cans Get You Cooking™ is a multi-year, multi-faceted campaign that inspires and informs busy parents how cooking with canned foods makes homemade easy. Our research-backed program includes educational materials, recipes, tips and more. Among the available resources is a free online toolkit specifically tailored to supermarket dietitians, which includes in-store and community programming ideas as well as consumer handouts.

Click on the following links for:
Health and Wellness resources
Recipes
Resources/products for cooking classes or food demos
In-store Programming
MyCantry (inspired by MyPlate)

Contact: Christie Fleming Senior Vice President, Marketing
Email: cfleming@cosintl.com
Phone: 858.597.4219

Contact: Maureen McDonnell, Director of Brand Marketing & Category Management
Email: mmcdonnell@cosintl.com
Phone: 858.597.4210

Contact: Jeff Hill, Director of Food Service Marketing
Email: jhill@cosintl.com
Phone: 858.597.4554

Chicken of the Sea has been a leader in delivering fresh, delicious, high-quality canned seafood to Americans for more than 100 years. Our dedication and commitment to health, nutrition, and seafood sustainability guide us in developing the products, recipes, in-store programming, research and conveniences we bring to market each day. At Chicken of the Sea we believe that life is fuller and more enjoyable when we open ourselves to new possibilities. We thrive on exploring new tastes, discovering new experiences and developing innovative products that health professionals feel good about recommending for improved health, longevity and quality of life. 
 
A ONE toolkit, dedicated to Seafood is found on the ONE toolkit page, and in the Nutrition Resource below.
Chicken of the Sea Website
Nutrition Resources (includes access to jpegs and word documents)

Click on the following links for:
ONE toolkit: Seafood

Contact: Laura Hershey, MBA, RD, Health and Nutrition Manager
Email: dietitian@daisybrand.com
Phone: 972-385-5033

Cottage Cheese Is Your MVP: Most Versatile Protein
With 13 grams of protein per ½ cup, Daisy Cottage Cheese can be the star of any meal or snack—at any time of day. It pairs deliciously with an array of healthful foods, making cottage cheese your Most Versatile Protein. Only 4 ingredients. That’s the Daisy difference.

Click on the following links for:
Daisy Brand Health Website
Health and Wellness Resources
Recipes
Health Network Blogs
About Daisy
Perfect Pairings

Contact: Diane Welland, RD, Nutrition Communications
Email: dwelland@kellencompany.com
Phone: 202-207-1111

Pasta is the perfect foundation for nutritious and satisfying meals. As a staple of the Mediterranean Diet, pasta pairs with nutrient-dense foods, such as fiber-filled vegetables and beans, heart healthy fish and monounsaturated oils, protein-packed cheeses, poultry and lean meats. It is very low in sodium, cholesterol-free and has a low Glycemic Index. Per cup, enriched varieties provide a good source of several essential nutrients. Whole wheat pasta can provide up to 25% of daily fiber requirements in every one cup portion. Current dietary guidance calls for up to 65% of daily calories to come from carbohydrates, such as pasta.

Click on the following links for:
Website
Recipes
Tools and Tips
Nutrition and Diet
Pasta Shapes Dictionary

Contact: Eryn Balch, Executive Vice President
Email: ebalch@naooa.org
Phone: 315-709-9893

Contact: NAOOA Office
Email: info@naooa.org
Phone: 773-922-3008

Since 1989, the North American Olive Oil Association has been conducting research, monitoring olive oil quality in the marketplace, and promoting the health and culinary benefits of olive oil. Countless studies continue to prove the many benefits of including olive oil in our diets and yet consumers and chefs often remain confused about the various types of olive oil and the most effective ways to use each of them. Contact the NAOOA for industry statistics, tips on selecting olive oil and reading olive oil labels, substitution suggestions, consumer and foodservice research, recipes and photos, olive oil myth-busters, and more!

Click on the following links for:
About Olive Oil website
Olive Oil Everyday booklet
Olive Oil recipes
Olive Oil videos: growing, selecting, storing and cooking

Contact: Deborah Plunkett, Program Manager, Oldways Nutrition Exchange
Email: deborah@oldwayspt.org
Phone: 617-896-4850

Oldways is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating people about healthier food choices. Most of the nutrition messages consumers hear convince them that all eating leads to guilt (I ate it!) or deprivation (I didn’t!). Oldways espouses a third way — a message of delicious plenty, with practical specifics about building a life-sustaining relationship with good food. 
 
Through our programs, we have developed a myriad of resources, many of them free and easily downloadable. In addition to the Oldways Nutrition Exchange, we invite you to explore our other Oldways programs including:

Click on the following links for:
African Health & Heritage
Oldways Cheese Coalition
Mediterranean Foods Alliance
Oldways Vegetarian Network
Whole Grains Council
September is Whole Grains Month: Share Whole Grains Contest

Contact: Shelley Feist, Executive Director
Email: sfeist@fightbac.org
Phone: 202-220-0651

Contact: Mary Saucier Choate, MS RDN LD, Manager of Outreach and Stakeholder Engagement
Email: mary.choate@fightbac.org
Phone: 202-220-0705

Pathogens in food can’t be seen, smelled or tasted. Therefore, teaching proper food handling is integral to nutrition education. The Partnership for Food Safety’s six smart ProducePro practices are an easy way to incorporate food safety into your messaging to consumers. PFSE is a non-profit organization that delivers trusted, science-based behavioral health messaging and a network of resources that support consumers in their efforts to reduce risk of foodborne infection. The Partnership works with an active network of 14,000 health and food safety educators, providing them with the tools they can use to educate all Americans on the importance of safe food handling to good health.
 
Receive our weekly emails and notices of special events and webinars. Sign up today with our easy form at the bottom of our website, www.fightbac.org.
 

Click on the following links for:
PFSE Website
Produce Pro Campaign Materials
Other Campaign Materials
Join our Mailing List

Contact: Don Stinchcomb (for health, wellness, product information)
Email: don@purityfoods.com
Phone: 517-448-2050 ext. 204

Contact: Gabby Williamson (for product samples)
Email: gabby.williamson@purityfoods.com
Phone: 517-448-2050 ext. 201

The ancient grain, spelt, is different than modern wheat in many ways, and offers a long list of benefits including:
 
•Spelt hasn’t been hybridized by man.
•Spelt kernels are protected from insects and the environment by a heavy hull, thereby, lessening the need for enzyme inhibitors which are found in soybeans and other free-threshing grains.
•Spelt is 20 times more alkaline than wheat
•Spelt, because of its low percent of fructans, is the only gluten containing grain recommended for the FODMAPS diet
•Spelt Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Scores are 12% higher than wheat
•Spelt whole grain flours are a baker’s delight. They make fabulously delicious products such as chocolate cakes, carrot cakes, brownies, 100% whole grain pastas and 100% whole grain bread.
 
We invite healthcare professionals and those interested in learning more about spelt and our spelt products to contact us, visit our website and download our resources.

Click on the following links for:
Website
Recipe: Vitaspelt Homemade Whole Grain Bread
Recipe: Vitaspelt Spelties
Recipe: Vitaspelt Carrot Cake
Recipe: Vitaspelt Brownies

Contact: Debbie Rayhab, Director of Healthcare Marketing
Email: drayhab@safeeggs.com
Phone: 615-584-0732

Davidson's Safest Choice® Eggs are pasteurized, so they taste great and are safe for all your favorite egg dishes! The Safest Choice™ all-natural, gentle water bath pasteurization process eliminates the risk of Salmonella in eggs without changing the nutrition or flavor. Now you can safely enjoy your favorite styles and recipes such as Hollandaise, Caesar salad dressing and other sauces—and sunny side up, poached or soft scrambled eggs. Make the Safest Choice™!

Click on the following links for:
Resources for Healthcare Professionals
Eggs and Weight & Fitness Saavy
Eggs and Pregnancy
Egg Myths
Recipes

Contact: Laura Ali, MS, RD, Manager, Nutrition & Regulatory Affairs
Email: Laura.Ali@StarKist.com
Phone: 412-323-7425

StarKist is dedicated to health and wellness. Our goal is to provide simple tips and ideas to make life easier -- and inspire everyone to live their personal, healthy best. Contact Laura for recipe ideas, coupons, community outreach opportunities and product information.

Click on the following links for:
Health & Wellness Information
Recipes
FAQs

Contact: Meredith Myers, Global Consumer Marketing Manager
Email: meredithm@uspotatoes.com
Phone: 303-873-2333

The United States Potato Board (USPB) is the nation’s potato marketing and research organization.  Based in Denver, Colorado, the USPB represents more than 2,500 potato growers and handlers across the country. The USPB was established in 1971 by a group of potato growers to promote the benefits of eating potatoes. Today, as the largest vegetable commodity board, the USPB is proud to be recognized as an innovator in the produce industry and dedicated to positioning potatoes as a nutrition powerhouse—truly, goodness unearthed.

Click on the following links for:
Nutrition Resource Library
Nutrition Research
Nutrition Newsletter Sign Up
Weekly Recipe Email Sign Up

Contact: Joanne Tehrani MPH, RD, CDN (nutrition questions and sample requests)
Email: joanne.tehrani@padillacrt.com
Phone: (646) 218-6036

Contact: Liz Rea (blueberry resources)
Email: Liz.rea@padillacrt.com
Phone: (757) 793-4190

As health professionals, you are the ambassadors between scientific research and the consumer. It is your job to share nutritional guidance with your patients, and to provide clarity around the inundating conversations on what it means to eat well. We’ve got plenty of resources to help you understand the buzz around blueberries so you can give your patients everything they need to know about them. Explore these materials for downloadable tools, the latest on health research, health tips and more, and keep up to speed by subscribing to The Blueberry Blog.

Click on the following links for:
Downloadable Retail Dietitian Toolkit
Health and Wellness Resources
Recipes
Resources for Children
Downloadable Materials

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