Sports Dietitians Gather for First-Ever Farm to Refuel Workshop

Author: Administrator | July 11, 2019

Sports Dietitians Gather for First-Ever Farm to Refuel Workshop

ADA North East’s Sports Nutrition Advisory Panel, or SNAP, gathered this week to tour Kreider Farms dairy and processing plant in Manheim, Pennsylvania, and to attend a communications skills training workshop where they received continuing education credits as approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for registered dietitian nutritionists.  

SNAP consists of 11 nutrition experts and registered dietitians from the ADA North East region that support messaging that dairy helps to optimize athlete performance. Dairy advocate Heather Mangieri, RDN, CSSD, and ADA North East lead consultant, worked closely with our team to develop the program. 

SNAP members contribute sports nutrition content that we share with state high school athletic associations to include in their newsletters and on social media platforms to athletic directors, coaches and athletes, as well as for use on ADA North East digital outreach. 


About American Dairy Association North East

American Dairy Association North East (ADA North East) is the dairy farmer-funded organization funded by participating dairy farmer’s checkoff investment to build demand and sales for milk and dairy foods throughout the local region. Representing nearly 11,000 dairy farm families in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and northern Virginia, ADA North East develops and implements local programs to drive milk and dairy sales at retail outlets and in schools. The organization also conducts consumer education about dairy through events, traditional and social media, and in collaboration with health professionals through National Dairy Council®. ADA North East works closely with Dairy Management Inc.™, the national dairy checkoff organization, to support nutrition research, national partnerships and developing export markets for dairy to bring a fully integrated promotion program to the region. For more information, visit www.AmericanDairy.com.