What’s better on a hot summer day than an ice cold drink? Whether you are lounging by a pool, grilling out or on your way to work few things can beat the first refreshing sip of your favorite summertime drink. Some go for the classic lemonade or perhaps a traditional sweet tea; others enjoy ice water while some like to change it up and add a slice of lemon or cucumber to their H2O. Those looking to indulge a bit may grab an iced coffee or something more decadent like a milkshake or root beer float. Regardless of your go-to beverage, Simple Truth can help you find a new favorite. Check out these options and ideas to find something new to sip this summer.
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Sarah Koeninger RD LD is a dietitian licensed in Kentucky and Ohio. As a native Kentuckian, she group up as a Kroger shopper and began working in the Kroger Customer Connect (C|c) shortly after finishing her degree program at Eastern Kentucky University. She holds a Bachelor of Science in General Dietetics and a minor in business and completed her dietetic internship at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, OH. Her position within The Kroger Co. has always been in the Kroger Service Center, where she dedicates her time to answering customer questions regarding Kroger and banner brand products, gluten status, food allergens, nutrition label reading, ingredient statements, labeling laws and regulations, food safety and everything in between. Though her diet consists mainly of “healthy foods” – including Simple Truth fresh lettuces, fruits and vegetables, and almond milk – she does LOVE ice cream (as well as frozen yogurt, gelato, etc.) and almost all Italian food (her ultimate favorite being lasagna, thanks to her Italian heritage). She likes to cook though does not always follow recipes exactly (thanks again to her heritage) and loves to bake. She has participated in many sports throughout her life including volleyball, softball and women’s rugby, although she now she maintains her fitness through workouts like kickboxing and yoga, in hopes it will increase flexibility, fitness and patience. She lives with her husband, Kevin, in Erlanger, Kentucky, and is eagerly anticipating the birth of their first child in the Summer of 2013.
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