Kelsey Grobbel


Kelsey Grobbel, RD graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and a specialization in Health Promotion. Following her undergraduate studies, she completed a dietetic internship at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC and worked as a clinical dietitian at Harper University Hospital in Detroit, MI. Kelsey is currently working for Gordon Food Service as a Registered Dietitian in the Nutrition Resource Center in Grand Rapids, MI. Her responsibilities include providing nutrition and food safety expertise to customers, specifically supporting the K-12 segment.

Latest Articles by Kelsey Grobbel

Now is a good time to review your menu and find ways to reduce sodium content by using more fresh items, herbs and spices.
When serving food outside, keep these five food safety tips in mind.
Avoid harboring Salmonella, E. Coli and other foodborne illnesses in raw tomatoes, leafy greens and more.
When serving food outside the school cafeteria, keep these five food safety tips in mind.
We’re kicking off National Diabetes Month with this primer on the most common concern when caring for people living with diabetes: low blood sugar, aka hypoglycemia.
Cross-contamination is a common factor in the cause of foodborne illness.