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  • Flavors of My Kitchen

    2015 California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Program (NEOPB)

    This cookbook provides healthy and traditional Latino recipes with an abundance of fruits and vegetables. Available in English and Spanish.

  • 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.

  • Creating Healthy Families

    2007 University of California. Agriculture and Natural Resources.

    “In four separate video segments, this DVD shares ideas for selecting healthy foods when shopping, cooking with children and appropriate serving sizes, planning a family meal at a restaurant and he

  • 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.

  • Pumpkin Post and Banana Beat Newsletters

    2003 University of Massachusetts. Cooperative Extension.

    A newsletter that included recipes and columns on child feeding challenges, seasonal foods, menu ideas, and contains "The Banana Beat", designed for the children themselves.

  • 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. 

  • ¡Es Facil! Libro de Recetas

    2003 Department of Health Services, Public Health Programs and Services.

    This cookbook is a collection of primarily Latino recipes from lower income community members of Highland Park, CA.