Foods and Nutrition in Business

College of Health and Human Sciences

Foods and nutrition in business graduates provide a critical interface between industry and the consumer. Students take courses in management and agricultural economics, which emphasize marketing and sales in the food industry and develop critical thinking ability and a broad perspective in sales, marketing, nutrition, food science, food engineering, food regulation, supervision, and communication.

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Careers in Foods and Nutrition in Business
  • Foods and nutrition consumer educator
  • Public relations director
  • Food stylist
  • Product evaluator
  • Food editor
  • Industry/consumer liaison
  • Consumer affairs
  • Test kitchens
  • Sensory evaluation
  • Technical sales
  • Food sales
  • Retail sales
  • Ingredient sales


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