Provides consumers with a broad range of nutrition information, including tips, videos, articles and recipes.
During a multistate foodborne disease outbreak, CDC serves as lead coordinator between public health partners to detect the outbreak, define its size and extent, and to identify the source.
Provides resources and strategies for reducing obesity as well as access to published research on the issue.
Tips for shopping and eating healthfully on a limited budget.
Resources provided by the Cooking Matters program to help families shop for and cook healthy meals on a budget.
Dietary information and guidelines for the general public.
Tips for building healthy food habits both at home and while eating out.
FNEP Family Nutrition Program Annual Report - Fiscal Year 2018
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FNEP Family Nutrition Program Annual Report - Fiscal Year 2021
Provides access to a wide range of trustworthy food and nutrition resources.
Food Safety Fact Sheet - We don’t want to serve outdated food, but we also don’t want to throw food away unnecessarily.
Education and support for living a grateful life.
Cooking Matters in the news — The free class is called Cooking Matters, taught each Wednesday evening for six weeks.
Information to educate consumers on safe food handling with food preparation, food preservation, food service and more.
Download a guide with tips and recipes for meeting MyPlate healthy eating goals on a budget.
Living with awareness and compassion.
Find a farmers market near you with this Missouri Department of Agriculture list.
Dietary guidance and nutrition information to promote American well-being.
Chronic diseases impose significant health and economic costs. Find information on preventing or managing them here.
Your source for current research-based recommendations for most methods of home food preservation. Established to address food safety concerns for those who practice and teach home food preservation and processing methods.
The SNAP-Ed Assessment Site is a dynamic, public portal that will analyze over 30 of the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework indicators that are measured utilizing secondary data sources.
A new study from the University of Missouri proves working out isn’t just for young people. In fact, strength training can have huge benefits for older adults and even reduce the risk of falls.
A consumer gateway to reliable information on nutrition, healthy eating, physical activity and food safety, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Food Safety Fact Sheet - Fermenting food at home is becoming an increasingly popular food trend. However, as with any food preservation or preparation method, it is essential that it is done safely.
App to help you select, store and prepare fresh fruits and vegetables, which are listed by their growing season. Nutrients, health benefits and simple recipes are included as well.
Source of sound nutrition information for sports performance and physical activity.
Food Safety Fact Sheet - Raw or lightly cooked sprouts are a common source of foodborne illness in the US.
Learn to transform your relationship to food and eating.
Center aims to "disseminate mindful awareness across the lifespan through education and research."
Food Safety Fact Sheet - Follow these important, safe handling and storage practices to maintain and ensure the high quality of expressed breast milk and the health of the baby.