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  • Promoting Family Meals

    This web site has free downloadable handouts for parents and consumer education, PowerPoint presentations for lay and professional audiences, a lesson plan on family meals for community nutrition g

    2007 Department of Foods and Nutrition. Purdue University.
  • MyPyramid: Eating Better Makes Sense

    This 7 segment DVD, uses the day-in-the-life approach to show the USDA’s MyPyramid.

    2006 $25.00 Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service. (Historical Entry)
  • Great Beginnings

    This 10 lesson curriculum aims to improve the health status of young women and their infants. The curriculum includes an introduction with tips for the presenter.

    2000 University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. (Historical Entry)
  • Food Label Cards

    In this set of food label cards, each non-branded, full-color card displays a Nutrition Facts label, a photo of typical food packaging, and an ingredient list.

    2010 $30.00 University of Missouri Extension.
  • Do I Have to Eat That?

    This handout/brochure was designed as a guide to prevent food fights between parents and kids. Available in 2 formats, a single sheet (8 ½ x11) and a 3-fold brochure.

    2017 University of New Hampshire.
  • Money for Food

    The Money for Food curriculum is designed to help families with limited resources become more food secure. The series of lessons teach meal planning and food resource management skills.

    2010 Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program. (Historical Entry)