Join Us

in improving the health
of people and our planet

Our purpose

To help others eat well, both for the benefit of people’s health and the planet.
eat well

Our mission

To empower all professionals who act as change agents in food and health, through online learning.

Our promise

To deliver free and low budget, award-winning. CPD-accedited learning for professionals within the indiustry, from experts about nutrition and health
expert learning

Our story


Founded by Tanya Haffner a qualified dietitian and nutritionist, with a passion for empowering all professionals who act as change agents in food and health.


Finding time and budget to learn within this sector is challenging. What’s more, the opportunities available don’t always offer credible, practical advice.


MyNutriWeb offers a wide range of CPD-accredited, free and low-cost learning opportunities from events and courses to multiple support resources.

Powered by leading professionals

with the food, health and diet industries

Join our mission

We partner with like-minded non-commercial and commercial organisations who have the same vision and ambition as MyNutriWeb.
Together we can create and deliver much-needed professional training for key influential audiences. Which will ultimately help us to go on and our deliver our mission of improving the health of people and our planet.

Rachel ClarkHealth Promotion Manager, World Cancer Research Fund UK
We partnered with MyNutriWeb since 2020 to deliver a series of educational events. The partnership has been of great benefit to WCRF, helping us to reach new audiences with our vital cancer prevention and survivorship information.
Kate ArthurConsumer Nutrition Manager, Danone
MyNutriWeb are true experts in delivering on very credible accessible nutrition and health learning opportunities for stakeholders. Their professionalism, knowledge and wide network ensures impactful stakeholder communications and ultimately a powerful route to the consumer
Holly RoperHealthcare Professions Communication Officer, Quorn
Using the expertise, creativity, attention to detail and great communication skills of the MyNutriWeb team enables us to share our key messages with nutritionists, dietitians and other health professionals. We are also able to share our research in both an effective and evidence-based manner – all of which has been greatly received ...

The power of our audience
to influence consumers

Every year, the MyNutriWeb community reach consumers with specific health messages through 1:1 consultations, social and traditional media, government health campaigns and by influencing retail environments

The power of our audience

We partner with

leading UK health and nutrition organisations

Accredited and proudly working with

We have a number of case studies, contact us to find out more


CN Awards ‘Nutrition Resource of the Year’

2022 winner


British Dietetic Association ‘Outstanding Achiever Award’

2022 winner MyNutriWeb CEO, Tanya Haffner

Nutrition Graduates ‘Nutrition Resource of the Year’

2021 winner


CN Awards ‘Nutrition Resource of the Year’

2021 winner


Caroline Walker Trust ‘Freelance Nutritionist of the Year’

2021 winner MyNutriWeb CEO, Tanya Haffner

CN Awards ‘Nutrition Resource of the Year’

2020 shortlist


Contact us now
if you would like find out
how to join our mission.

Please note, approval of each sponsor and activity is carefully assessed for suitability on a case by case basis. Sponsorship does not imply any endorsement of the brand by MyNutriWeb, its organisers, its moderators or any participating healthcare professional, or their association. Sponsorship funds are reinvested into the creation and promotion of professional development opportunities on MyNutriWeb.

Our charity partners

These are our chosen charities in 2023.

The Trussell Trust supports a nationwide network of food banks and provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.

The Jinja Educational Trust aims to improve the education, training and welfare of young people in Uganda so they can go on to acquire the necessary skills for a successful and fulfilling life. Much of the support involves training on food security which is a huge issue there. One of my colleagues  a Dietitian Smita Ganatra has helped to spear head this.