Fruits and veggies are at the core of SNAP-Ed. Many SNAP-Ed programs work in Farmers' Markets and promote produce. Nutrition educators do food demonstrations and hand out recipes. SNAP-Ed also partners with others to bring EBT to more markets. This supports local agriculture and makes produce more available in communities. SNAP-Ed nutrition education classes also teach kids and adults how to eat veggies.
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Find Recipes with Lemons
Recipes with Lemons. USDA. MyPlate Kitchen. SNAP Recipes.
Lemon Recipes. SNAP-Ed. San Francisco Human Services Agency. EatFresh.
Learn About Lemons
Discover Foods: Citrus. SNAP-Ed. San Francisco Human Services Agency. EatFresh.
Tips for Buying Citrus (video). SNAP-Ed. Maine SNAP-Ed. Healthy Eating on a Budget.
How to Use Citrus (video). SNAP-Ed. Maine SNAP-Ed. Healthy Eating on a Budget.
Lemon: Nutrition. Selection. Storage. Produce for Better Health Foundation.
The Health Benefits of Lemons. Texas A&M University Health Science Center.
Citrus: Safe Handling Practices for Consumers (PDF, 594KB). University of Florida. The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension.
Teach About Lemons
Lemons: Food $ense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables (PDF, 147KB). SNAP-Ed. Utah State University Cooperative Extension.
Lemons Handout (PDF, 518KB). SNAP-Ed. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension.
Serving Size: 1 lemon (2 1/8") ( 58g)
|Total Fat||0 g|
|Saturated Fat||0 g|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Dietary Fiber||2 g|
|Total Sugars||2 g|
|Added Sugars included||0 g|
|Vitamin A||0 mcg RAE|
|Vitamin C||34 mg|
|Vitamin D||0 mcg|
N/A - data is not available
Note: only nutrients that are available will show on this display