Seasonal Meal Tastings & Custom Workshops for Companies, with Iris Briand, RDN
Looking for ways to increase productivity in your workplace?
Studies show that inadequate nutrition can cut productivity of a company by up to 20%.
Iris Briand, RDN, has developed a custom workshop in which shows you how to:
Plan and prepare fresh, delicious, and nourishing meals
Successfully make lasting lifestyle changes
What Your Workshop Includes:
Seasonal Meal Tasting, Using Locally Sourced Ingredients
Interactive Nutrition Seminar with Plenty of Time for Q and A
Quick and Delicious Recipes
Benefits For Your business:
Increased productivity and fewer sick-leave requests
Reduced insurance and healthcare costs
More lively and happier company culture
Unique health service for employees that makes you more competitive in the job market
Benefits For Your Team Members:
Longer lasting satisfaction from meals
Improved mental focus and energy throughout the day
Balanced diet and digestion
Better overall health and appearance
How It Works:
On a selected date, Ms. Briand will present a 90-minute workshop providing all ingredients and materials. No previous nutrition or cooking experience is required. Workshops can be arranged at your location and convenience. Workshops are perfect as a business lunch activity or dinner party.
Pricing starts at just $1000.
The cost depends on your group size; please contact Ms. Briand by Phone: 541.908.0632, or by Email to schedule a FREE demo for your company!
Wondering which workshop is best for your company's nutritional needs?
Popular Workshops and Presentation Topics:
Health and cost-benefits of making your own sauces, dressings, and spice mixes
How to curb sugar and refined carbohydrate cravings
Healthy snacks for an active and on-the-go lifestyle
How to follow and feel satisfied with gluten-free and paleo diets
Organic and local foods for the body, mind, and environment
The role of healthy fats and proteins in the body
Mindful Eating in a fast-paced society
Healthy eating on a budget
Cooking with kids
General nutrition Q&A