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Ask A Nutritionist: Dairy’s Role in Sustainable Food Systems

By: Ashley Rosales, RDN

  • Wednesday, August 4, 2021
  • 1 Minute Read   

In this episode of Ask a Nutritionist, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Ashley Rosales answers the question, "What role do milk and dairy foods play in sustainable food systems?”

Food systems, which include everything from producing and packaging to marketing and disposing of food, directly impact the health of people, animals and the planet. In seeking solutions to address and achieve a sustainable food system, it is essential to consider the nutritional needs of a growing population. Wholesome, nutrient-dense foods should be accessible, affordable and culturally relevant, while also preserving Earth’s finite resources and supporting local, thriving communities. 

Join Ashley as she connects how sustainable nutrition is a key part of developing sustainable food systems that ensure all people can enjoy wholesome, nutritious foods like fruits, vegetables and milk and dairy foods to achieve our vision of a healthier world and thriving planet. 

Visit our sustainable nutrition page to learn more about ways to incorporate sustainable nutrition strategies.

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Ask a Nutritionist is an educational video series developed by Dairy Council of California and hosted by registered dietitian nutritionists for educational and informational purposes only. It does not provide individualized nutrition advice and is not intended to be a substitute for recommendations made by your doctor, registered dietitian nutritionist or other health professional. Always seek the guidance of your health care professionals for any specific questions you may have regarding your health or medical condition. If you wish to seek clarification,  please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
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Ashley Rosales, RDN

Ashley Rosales, RDN

Ashley, Program Director of Nutrition Science, is a practicing registered dietitian nutritionist with more than a decade of experience.

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