We are technically skilled Food and Nutrition Managers. We are in charge of all aspects of the daily operations of our departments. Our responsibilities include:

co-ordinating and supervising the operations of the Food Service/Nutrition Department to provide optimal nutrition services assisting Administration in maintaining efficient and cost-effective operations ensuring high standards of food safety and nutritional care in all aspects of food production and food services

Where We Are Found

  • Healthcare Facilities: Acute, Chronic, Long Term Care and Rehabilitation
  • Hospitals
  • Community-based Nutrition: Health Units
  • Correctional Services
  • Retirement Facilities
  • University, College, School and Industry Food Services
  • Education programs specializing in the Food Service Industry
  • Consulting Services
  • Food Service Companies
  • Daycare Centres

Our Qualifications

OSNM members have completed a college program in Food and Nutrition Management that is accredited by the Canadian Society of Nutrition Management (CSNM), and have an active membership with CSNM
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Have completed a CSNM accredited course in Food and Nutrition Management with supervisory experience, and have successfully completed the criteria for membership into CSNM.

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    OSNM is currently accepting nominations for a Director in the role of President-Elect.

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    Ontario is seeking those with experience in providing health care who are available to help provincial efforts to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19, if required. Ontario is looking for health care providers who may be working part-time and want to and are prepared to increase their work hours or former healthcare providers who are retired, or an inactive statues with their regulatory college. If you are interested and you can help, please visit the Workforce Matching Portal for more information and to create a user profile.

  • “MORE THAN FOOD”- Nutrition Month 2020. March is Nutrition Month and this year’s theme recognizes that optimal nutrition goes beyond what we eat – it’s also about how we eat! Registered Dietitians have long been encouraging “Mindful Eating”, and the new 2019 Canada’s Food Guide reflects this messaging. Key messages include slowing down to take time to eat, paying attention to your hunger and fullness cues, planning meals/cooking at home, preparing and eating meals with others, enjoying your food and being mindful of your eating habits. For reliable nutrition information and recipes, check out www.unlockfood.ca

  • Healthy eating is about so much more than food!

    Nutrition Month 2020 is your chance to show Canadians your skills, value and expertise through activities that focus on healthy eating habits like eating mindfully and cooking more often.

    For more resources please go to  Dietitians of Canada - Nutrition Month 2020 

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    Nutrition and Hydration Awareness Week

    March 16-22, 2020    Reinforce, Focus and Energize

    Information and Resources   Nutrition & Hydration Week 2020          Nutrition and Hydration Week Salford Age UK

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