The search is on for the next Healthy Family Project Registered Dietitian

Orlando, Florida – Healthy Family Project encourages dietitians to consider whether they have what it takes to become the cause marketing organization’s next Registered Dietitian. Since 2008, Healthy Family Project has engaged the services of a Registered Dietitian to serve as a sounding board to review recipes, create content, interact in groups and social media, and respond to media inquiries about nutrition.

“The Dietitian role at Healthy Family Project has always been an integral part of what we do and the content we create,” said Trish James, vice president of Healthy Family Project. “This person must have a deep passion for nutrition and want to make a difference in the lives of others through their work.”

The new dietitian will partner with the already established team of talented food marketers at Healthy Family Project to create new content for HealthyFamilyProject.com and its many social media. They will also be a regular guest on the popular Consumer Healthy Family Project Podcastwhich recently reached 40,000 downloads and 81 episodes.

The Healthy Family Project’s extensive social network will provide the new dietitian with the opportunity to position herself as a thought leader in the field of nutrition, diet and products. In addition, they will gain visibility thanks to the blog hosted on HealthyFamilyProejct.comwhich sees 100,000 visitors per month, thanks to the production of regular content.

“With nutrition being a priority for families, parents and guardians specifically seek out our Registered Dietitian-approved recipes,” continued James. “Our pinterest The page now reaches 6 million people per month and continues to grow rapidly along with our other social networks and our website.

Healthy Family Project dietitian and author of Real Mom NutritionSally Kuzemchak retires her title after three years as the organization’s Registered Dietitian.

Dietitians can view full job details on Healthy Family Project’s website. The next Registered Dietitian for the Healthy Family Project will be announced at the end of September.

About the Healthy Family Project
Healthy Family Project believes in creating a healthier generation. As a cause marketing organization, Healthy Family Project creates programs, like Produce for Kids, that provide easy, fun and inspiring healthy recipes and ideas. Since its inception in 2002 by Shuman Farms, Healthy Family Project has raised more than $7 million to benefit children and families and provided 16 million meals through Feeding America. To learn more about the Healthy Family Project and healthy eating, visit healthyfamilyproject.com.

Amanda J. Marsh