Our Work

The following materials were produced by Nutrition On Demand – many in collaboration with our clients and partners. While these materials target various groups including health professionals, policy makers, and consumers, we take great care to tailor them to be audience-specific and true to Federal health and nutrition policy, dietary guidance, and authoritative consensus science.

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Policy Reports

We leverage our first-hand experiences with federal food and nutrition policies and programs to inform these reports.

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Resources for Consumer Audiences

These include culturally-relevant materials based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans designed for Hispanic Americans. 

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Resources for Health Professionals

Sometimes it’s nice to take a look under the hood. Here you will find health professional companion pieces that outline the science and process used to inform the development of consumer resources. 

Resources for Industry

Coming soon!

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We brought in the Nutrition on Demand team to help us with a rebranding project for one of our programs. Shelley and her team planned and implemented a comprehensive process that included targeted data gathering, key informant interviews, and information analysis to inform our rebrand goals and marketing needs. The amount and quality of the data exceeded our expectations, giving us valuable information useful beyond the rebrand. Their creative approach and suggestions helped our team come to a clear consensus for a powerful rebrand outcome.  The NOD team came to the table with enthusiasm, high energy and professionalism. We could not be more pleased with their approach, their work style and the project outcome. We would definitely use their services again!

Deirdre McGinley-Gieser, Senior Vice President, Programs and Strategic Planning
Alice Bender, MS, RDN, Director of Nutrition Programs
American Institute for Cancer Research


Shelley Maniscalco and her team of professionals have supported the Food Marketing Institute’s (FMI) health and wellness program of work for more than three years.  The scope of projects range from research designing and writing best practice guides for implementing a family meals program in food retail, to revaluating and redesigning our family meals consumer website, to designing strategies and a stakeholder engagement plan to elevate the importance of family meals in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.  All projects taken on by Nutrition on Demand are executed with the highest standards of quality and are delivered on time and on budget.

Susan Borra, RDN
Chief Health and Wellness Officer, FMI
Executive Director, FMI Foundation


Shelley and her team are not about you or me, they are about ‘us’. This trustworthy team offers strong nutrition science and communication expertise, a broad network, and connectedness to trends and issues.

The name, Nutrition on Demand, signifies the team's spirit of nimbleness and flexibility that is highly desirable in today's fast-moving environment.

Kristi Reimers, PhD, RDN
Director of Nutrition, Health, & Wellness
Conagra Brands


We have contracted Nutrition on Demand to represent the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) to key external stakeholders.  For the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Food & Nutrition Conference & Exposition, the team helped us to brainstorm and plan our exhibit booth to promote National Family Meal Month to dietetic professionals.  Shelley and her team of registered dietitians also helped us staff the booth. Due to their exceptional outreach skills, we received almost 400 contacts for our program. Nutrition on Demand is an excellent resource for any organization looking to enhance their nutrition and health strategies and programs.

Susan Borra, RDN
Chief Health and Wellness Officer, FMI
Executive Director, FMI Foundation

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Strategic nutrition support, based in the Washington, DC metro area.