Frozen Dinners Can be Healthy

Elizabeth Klingbeil, assistant professor of Nutrition & Dietetics in the College of Health and Wellness, tells Mashed that there are plenty of very healthy frozen meal options that you can find at your local grocery.

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Grocery Prices Increasing

Diane McCrohan told TODAY NBC: "As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, grocery prices noticeably increased for consumers. Overall, there was a year-to-year increase of about 6%, which Americans felt in their wallets." She also shared tips for consumer looking to slash their grocery budget.

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JWU in the News

05.04.21 - Record-breaking consumer spending is expected this Mother's Day. Kristen Regine, professor in the College of Business, tells NBC 10 Consumer Advocate Emily Volz that consumers are eager to get out and celebrate. Watch now.

05.03.21 - With a nationwide chlorine shortage, Tim Howes, professor in the College of Business, says consumers should expect higher prices. Watch now.

05.03.21 - Katie Davin, associate professor in the College of Hospitality Management, tells GoLocalProv as we emerge from the pandemic higher expectations await hotels managers. Read more.

04.27.21 - Betty Robson, professor in the College of Business, tells NBC 10 Consumer Advocate Emily Volz that as product shortages persist, consumer should expect higher prices to continue. Watch now.

04.25.21 - In a commentary published by HotelExecutive, Katie Davin, said "Each time a guest encounters an employee with a question or transaction is a moment of truth. Those moments are the opportunities for staff to prove to guests that they made the best choice of hotel for their stay." Read more.

04.10.21 - A commentary highlighting JWU's cannabis entrepreneurship program and the emerging cannabis industry by Magnus Thorsson, associate professor in the College of Business, and Michael Budziszek, associate professor in the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences, was published by The Providence Journal. Read now.