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  • Go!Healthy Eat Smart Food Box Program

    May 08, 2017

    The Go!Healthy Eat Smart Food Box program establishes local produce buying clubs, where pre-packed bags of regionally-grown, fresh produce are sold at wholesale cost weekly for thirteen weeks.

  • Good Food. Good Move.

    May 05, 2017

    This campaign gives moms tools that they can incorporate into their daily routines.

  • Green Island Gardens

    Jan 29, 2018

    Youth worked in a community garden and planter program, called the Green Island Gardens (GIG) project. It was a summer job program through Pernet. The goal was to beautify the retail and residential areas in Worchester. Pernet adopted a state-owned island for this project. They committed to maintain the grounds, and grow fresh produce, herbs, and flowers.

  • Grocery Stores Receive Healthy Drink Recipes

    Feb 04, 2021

    The goal of Rethink Your Drink Nevada (RYD) is to promote healthy beverage choices and decrease the intake of sugary drinks among households with young, school-age children (6-12 years-old). In 2017, RYD started to work with grocery stores in low-income communities to promote choosing healthy drinks where families shop. The team distributed free recipes for low-cost, simple, and healthy drinks at in-store events.  

  • Healthy Children, Healthy Families

    Jan 18, 2018

    Prevalence of childhood obesity is higher (22.4%) in Latino children ages 2-19 years than in non-Latino white children (14%). Obesity rates have recently decreased among 2-5- year- olds nationwide. However, racial and ethnic health disparities persist and indicate the urgency of early prevention efforts in high-risk communities.

  • Healthy Food Pantry Initiative

    May 08, 2016

    The goal of the Healthy Food Pantry Initiative is to work with food pantries and the community, to encourage the availability of healthier options and to make the healthier choices the easier choices in food pantries.

  • Healthy Markets, Strong Communities

    May 25, 2022

    In Wisconsin, SNAP-Ed is helping low-income consumers feel more comfortable getting to and shopping at farmers markets, by providing resources before they arrive and after they get there.