Recent research from the Produce for Better Health Foundation shows fruit and vegetable consumption has declined nearly 10% since 2004, with most Americans eating produce just once a day or less. On the flip side, NHANES data shows that 90% of adults report consumption of one or more snacks on a given day, highlighting a unique opportunity to increase vegetable intake through daily snacking. Furthermore, research shows inclusion of nutrient-dense, plant-based snacks, and the subsequent timing of these snacks can lead to improved satisfaction and better diet quality. Health professionals play an essential role in translating scientific evidence into practice for their patients and clients. This webinar will cover the latest research and trends on plant-powered snacking and provide simple snacking swaps, like swapping popular condiments such as ranch dip and mayonnaise for hummus, to boost overall diet quality.