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Nancy Piho is a force in Washington!
In 1999, following 15 years in public relations
and marketing in the nation's capital, she started
Nancy Tringali Associates, Inc. (NTA), specializing
in communications, media relations, marketing
and promotions for clients in the food and beverage
industries. Prior to starting NTA, Nancy was
a vice president in Food Group in the Washington,
D.C. office of Porter Novelli, an international
public relations firm.
Before beginning NTA, Nancy was a VP in the Food & Nutrition
Practice in the Washington office of Porter Novelli.
She launched the National Cancer Institute's
"5 A Day for Better Health Program" with
a national press conference and celebrity media
tour. Over a three-year period Nancy managed
this award-winning program, organizing media
luncheons, media desk side briefings, recipe
programs, consumer booklets and brochures, and
a National Radio PSA Program.
As a 20-year veteran of the food marketing
industry, and from her perspective as the mom
of two little boys who love to eat, the author
Parental attitude: What mom and dad
eat, the foods their children are exposed to
at young ages, and how they talk to their kids
The all too common ‘children’s meals’ as
standard fare. Somewhere along the line,
it has become expected that children eat
pasta, chicken nuggets, grilled cheese sandwiches,
and not much else.
How kids can learn to
love just about any new food. Tips from America’s
top chefs, who are also parents, on how to
get children to try new things at the table.
Tips on going to all-types
of restaurants, not just “family-friendly” and
how to navigate menus, the wait-staff and more,
just about anywhere you want to go, with your
children in tow. (Hint from top chefs:
They WANT YOU to bring your kids to their restaurant!)
stands out because of the gentle humor and the
real-life situations described throughout. This
is a funny, serious and clever approach to introducing
children to the foods adults eat. It offers
sound nutrition, and draws on direct research with
chefs and other food and health professionals.
The book offers parents and food-lovers an invitation
to take the time for a thoughtful look at what
they can do for themselves and the children in
their lives. The focus is on the influence
of parents in those very early years, how important
it is, how brief the time you share can be, and
how vitally necessary it is to teach children in
a way that will serve them, their health and well-being
throughout their lives.