When we gather in San Diego at the 2020 Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) annual conference, long-time members, new members, and potential members will foster and strengthen our relationships, while we chart the course for the future of nutrition education. Charting the future of nutrition education is more important than ever because food is at the core of wicked problems related to ecological sustainability, racial and social equity, and personal health.
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