The Better Nutrition Program founder RDN Ashley Koff “Better nutrition better be delicious”

Registered dietitian nutritionist Ashley Koff is a recognizable nutrition and marketing expert with the Ashley Koff Approved 3rd party nutrition evaluation service as well as collaborations among healthcare practitioners and food brands. While not a product developer herself, Koff has some insights to share with R&D teams and food brands who seek to make nutritional claims. In this preview, Koff echos comments that I’ve heard from other guests on the show: the product should be delicious before you even think of the claims.

To learn more about better nutrition tools visit TheBetterNutritionProgram.com and for more information about Ashley Koff RD visit AshleyKoffRD.com

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