N. Chapman Associates, Inc. has been intimately involved in food and nutrition policy for over 30 years.
A few of N. Chapman Associates, Inc. accomplishments include:
Additional examples of our consulting achievements in Community & Collaboration, Government & Regulatory Affairs, Health & Nutrition Communications, and Analysis & Evaluation.
For years, the Soyfoods Association has partnered with registered dietitians, physicians and researchers, and in 2013, we began an effort to create a specific program that works with supermarket dietitians.
N. Chapman Associates, Inc. and its nonprofit, Advocates for Better Children’s Diets, focus on promoting nutrition and health initiatives at the local level.
N. Chapman Associates, Inc. encouraged apple processors who grew their own apples to invest in integrated pest management.
As nutrition and food policy have gained momentum at the local, state and federal levels over the past ten years, the role of health professionals and nutritionists in the debate is critical to ensure a scientific evidence basis for policy making.
Nancy recently reviewed the connections between SNAP and health for Nutrition Today.
America has always been the land of many cultures, but its nutrition advice and food offerings have been slow to adapt to the diversity of recipients of these programs.
Representing the Society for Nutrition Education, N. Chapman Associates, Inc. achieved three milestones that strengthened the public health value in policy.
ABCD has established well-connected multidisciplinary teams citywide and ward-wide to make referrals across disciplines and preventive and clinical services.
The Healthy Body, Healthy Spirit pilot project established an active wellness ministry with a trained health coordinator in five DC faith-based institutions that implemented nutrition and physical activity curriculum.
N. Chapman Associates, Inc. formed the Alliance for Nutrition Monitoring and advocated for and obtained increased appropriations for CDC and USDA for health, nutrition, and food surveys and analysis.
We worked with the DC Department of Health to design and test their Nutrition Educator Guide.
Working with the Soyfoods Association of North America, we launched a multi-faceted myth busting campaign trying to equip influencers and those people in the spotlight with the facts and tools they need to accurately educate about soyfoods - one of the most researched foods on the planet.
In April 2011, we formally introduced the National Soyfoods Month campaign, utilizing a multi-tiered promotion campaign to reach and prompt action among our target audiences.
ABCD has worked to offer children and adults safe, affordable places to play through dialogues, advocacy, and working groups encouraging shared use of school facilities.
The American Heart Association turned to former agriculture committee staff and public health professionals at N. Chapman Associates, Inc. to secure language in the 2007 Farm Bill.