We aspire to help improve public health and nutrition security, while also helping clients achieve their
goals, by navigating nutrition policy with sound science and meaningful communications pathways.
We’re driven by building, translating and communicating science-based nutrition solutions that inspire people to enjoy healthier lifestyles. As a smaller team, we can be flexible to meet clients’ evolving needs in the ever-changing nutrition policy landscape.
We’ve each devoted our careers to nutrition science and communications for food commodities, academic institutions, government agencies, non-profit philanthropies, NGOs, trade associations and CPGs. Food & nutrition communications isn’t a job or career for us, it’s our passion.
As seasoned scientists, registered dietitians, thought leaders and nutrition communicators, we’re committed to creating big strategic ideas – and then flawlessly managing every detail to bring that vision to life. We are multidisciplinary science writers and communicators committed to implementing programs that exceed goals.
Our multidisciplinary team of nutrition science and communications experts provides a range of strategic consulting expertise. Learn more about how we can help you lead with science to help improve public health and nutrition security.
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