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This is a collage photo of National Nutrition Month.
5 Ways to Celebrate National Nutrition Month
by Monica Stewart, MS, RD, LD

Each March, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics sponsors a national campaign highlighting the importance of nutrition. National Nutrition Month® is marking its 50th anniversary this year, and the theme is “Fuel for the Future.” When thinking about nutrition through the lens of fueling your future, what comes to mind?

This is a photo of cattle in a field.
Creating a Pathway to a More Sustainable Beef Industry
by Dr. Justin Ransom and Chad Martin

Today, we continue building a more sustainable beef industry by introducing the first-of-its-kind Climate-Smart Beef Program, which combines tried-and-true rancher ingenuity with the latest data and technology. The program includes the development of an accounting framework to model GHG emissions for cattle from pasture to production. 

This is a photo of women dressed in pink.
Cancer Free After Mammogram Event at Tyson Foods
by Cheyenne Autry Striefler

Angie Pothuisje credits Tyson Foods and her Enid, Oklahoma, facility nurse for helping save her life. On Feb. 3, 2021, Angie got a mammogram while at work – an easy visit to the Oklahoma University Medicine Mobile Mammogram Coach parked just outside her Tyson Foods facility, where team members could receive a free mammogram while on the clock.

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We are channeling our size and scale to tackle some of the biggest sustainability challenges facing the world today.

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