2019 On the Shelves: Food Trends Lookout

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 12:00 pm EST

Using industry data, recent publications, and their professional expertise, Garrick Brown, Guiding Stars Nutritionist and Anne L’Heureux, Online Hannaford Dietitian, share their insights and highlight the top trends to hit the supermarket shelves in 2019.

Their discussion will cover the following:

  • The continuing rise of plant-based protein alternatives
  • Fodmap’s growing impact following 2018
  • The demand for nutrition from processed snacks
  • Is coconut losing ground to conflicting research?
  • Clean eating and its growing popularity

For additional information on this topic and more, check out Guiding Stars’ timely blog posts and follow us @GuidingStars.

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Garrick Brown
Garrick Brown, MS, RD, LD
Nutritionist, Guiding Stars Licensing Company

Garrick is a Registered Dietitian and brings knowledge of nutrition and public health to Guiding Stars. He develops, manages, and coordinates nutrition and wellness programs using Guiding Stars for our clients and community.

Garrick earned his bachelor's in Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Maine and his master's in Nutrition and Food Science at the University of Rhode Island. He’s passionate about food insecurity and ensuring that all members of our communities have access to nutritious foods.

Favorite Guiding Stars Recipe: Two-Lentil Soup

Anne LHeureux
Anne L’Heureux, RD, LD
Online Hannaford Dietitian

Anne earned her BS from the University of Medicine & Dentistry in Newark, New Jersey. Anne has been a dietitian with Hannaford since 2015, beginning her Hannaford career in the Kennebunk and Biddeford, Maine, retail stores. As a dietitian, Anne strives to help customers navigate the large and sometimes confusing world of nutrition.

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