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  • #FoodFriday Healthy Recipe Videos

    Oct 26, 2018 SNAP-Ed at Auburn University launched the #FoodFriday Healthy Recipe Videos initiative in 2017. Short videos were developed for people with limited-resources. The videos are visually appealing, easy-to-prepare healthy recipes. These videos give Alabama Extension one more tool to support community members. 
  • Telephonic Health Coaching Initiative

    Jun 18, 2018 The University of Saint Joseph’s (USJ) SNAP-Ed Telephone Health Coaching (THC) Intervention, supports Connecticut residents in making healthier choices and significant changes to their lifestyles. Health coaches at USJ provide the guidance needed to educate and motivate SNAP-Ed clients to meet their health and wellness goals.
  • Farmers' Market Fresh

    Mar 29, 2018 Farmers’ Market Fresh (FMF) is a social marketing campaign for limited-resource consumers at farmers’ markets. The primary goal of this program is to promote fruit and vegetable consumption through farmers’ markets that accept SNAP EBT.
  • Eat Better For Less

    2016 The New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance.

    Video shows how Eat Smart New York Nutrition Education classes teach SNAP--eligible households to eat better for less.

  • Spend Smart. Eat Smart.

    2015 Iowa State University Extension.

    Spend Smart. Eat Smart. is a Web site developed by Iowa State University Extension to offer information that can help families stretch food dollars and provide nutritious meals.

  • Get Fresh Cooking

    2016 Chickasaw Nation Nutrition Services Get Fresh! Program and the Oklahoma State University Department of Nutritional Sciences.

    The Get Fresh! program is brought to you by the Chickasaw Nation and the USDA. Get Fresh!

  • Family Food Cent$ Newsletter

    2016 South Dakota State University Extension.

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