Pollock Communications

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Pollock Communications
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665 Broadway
New York, NY 10012
(212) 941-1414
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Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)'s New York Chapter features Pollock Communications as a 2016 Big Apple winner! Read more:
is a New York City-based, independent, full-service food, health, and wellness public relations agency launched in 1991. Pollock’s public relations and credentialed nutrition experts create innovative partnerships that link brands to health and wellness platforms. Pollock has a long history of reach...

In case any of our secret admirers are stumped on what to get us... according to the National Confectioners Association, 94% of Americans say they want chocolate and candy for Valentine's Day.
Washington — An NCA survey reveals that 70 percent of U.S. consumers are planning to give chocolate or candy this ...

Pollock Communications shared Today's Dietitian magazine's post.
In The Huffington Post, today's RD of the Day discusses and analyzes some of the trends our annual survey with Pollock Communications of 1,700 dietitians uncovered this year. Starting with the top 10 "superfood" trends the survey identifies, Keith-Thomas Ayoob, Ed.D., RD, Associate Clinical Professor, Pediatrics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Director of the Nutrition Clinic at the Children's Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center says, "In my work, I have to balance superfood trends against factors such as cost. Ancient grains, such as quinoa and spelt, are terrific foods, but they’re far more expensive than some traditional whole grains." Dr. Ayoob was pleased to see fermented foods like yogurt and kimchee and drinks like beer, wine, and kombucha also made the list. Keith-Thomas also points out certain foods such as salmon and “exotic fruits,” such as dragon fruit and horned melons that aren't on the list but he feels should be for their nutritional value. Of course, with the good comes some bad, and Dr. Ayoob also details some "not-so-super food trends". He then spins it back to the positive and mentions some of the trends he’d most LIKE to see. For his anticipation of, attention to, and published professional analysis of our annual "What's Trending in Nutrition" survey, Keith-Thomas is our RD of the Day. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/albert-einstein-college-of-medicine/food-trends-2017-what-a-n_b_14344254.html
By Keith-Thomas Ayoob, Ed.D., R.D. A new year brings an opportunity to reflec...

With avocados as number two on the list of the top 10 superfoods for 2017, Reader's Digest suggests how to store them to avoid wasting them!
Your cart is bursting with colorful fruits and veggies, but days later, it's all wilted and sad. Use these smart storage rules to keep foods fresher longer.

Pollock Communications shared Today's Dietitian magazine's post.
Jenna A. Bell talks about the power of RDs and why everyone is so interested in what they have to say about nutrition trends.
"Who Cares About What RDs Say? Everybody!" That's what Jenna Bell, PhD, RD has posted at RDLounge.com. http://rdlounge.com/2017/01/19/who-cares-about-what-rds-say-everybody/ ’Tis the season for predicting what’s to come. Identifying what will be on trend for the New Year excites consumers, business owners, marketers, and media alike. And when it comes to food and nutrition, there’s a surplus of forecasts and a ton of interest. Despite the copycat surveys of influencer insights, the standout, the gold standard among consumer, industry, and media for five years running is the annual “What’s Trending in Nutrition” survey, brought to you by venerated health and wellness public relations agency Pollock Communications and the one-and-only Today’s Dietitian. To read Jenna's full post, visit the RD Lounge. http://rdlounge.com/2017/01/19/who-cares-about-what-rds-say-everybody/
’Tis the season for predicting what’s to come. Identifying what will be on trend for the New Year excites consumers, business owners, marketers, and media alike. And when it comes to food and nutri…