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  • Healthy Corner Stores

    2016 US Department of Agriculture. Food and Nutrition Service.

    This Healthy Corner Stores Guide is part of the USDA Food and Nutrition Service’s ongoing efforts to help SNAP recipients make healthy food choices.

  • Spanish/English Pictorial Recipes

    2000 Oregon Nutrition Education Program.

    Recipes that use illustrations to communicate food preparation techniques. Ten print-ready, illustrated, culturally appropriate recipes in Spanish and English.

  • MyPlate for Older Adults

    2011 University of Florida.

    A 2-page handout: the front features the MyPlate icon, containing foods and physical activities that may appeal to older adults. The back has specific tips listed under each MyPlate food group.

  • Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025

    2021 Department of Agriculture and Department of Health and Human Services.

    The 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines provides four overarching Guidelines that encourage healthy eating patterns at each stage of life and recognize that individuals will need to make shifts in their f

  • Family Food Cent$ Newsletter

    2016 South Dakota State University Extension.

    A monthly electronic newsletter for limited resource audiences including information, tips and recipes.

  • The Whole Milk Truth

    2014 Oklahoma Nutrition Information & Education Project.

    Statewide campaign to encourage consumption of 1% milk.

  • Get Fresh!

    2022 The Chickasaw Nation. Get Fresh! Program.

    "Get Fresh! is an Impa Kilimpi’ (Strong Food) program, brought to you by the Chickasaw Nation.

  • Food Label Cards

    2019 University of Missouri Extension.

    More than 60 nonbranded, colored food label cards. Each displays a Nutrition Facts label, a photo of a typical food package and an ingredient list.