ARLINGTON, VA. - FMI – The Food Industry Association appointed Krystal Register as the organization’s new leader of health and well-being initiatives. She will lead health and well-being programs and activities and serve as the issue expert on all health and well-being and nutrition policy, operations, and communication issues for FMI members. 

“Krystal’s sterling reputation in the nutrition community contributes to her being a trusted authority within the nutrition and dietetics field, and she has demonstrated her ability to work seamlessly with her peers in retail dietetics as well as dietitians in other practice areas such as clinical, public health, community, and nutrition policy, which will augment FMI’s work representing member programs,’ said Hilary Thesmar, chief food and product safety officer and senior vice president of food safety programs for FMI.  

Register has 12 years of experience at Wegmans, where she developed and executed company-wide wellness programs, health messaging, employee training and in-store promotions. Her background includes environmental and nutrition science studies with degrees from the College of William and Mary and James Madison University.