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USDA Food and Nutrition Service is working to effectively and efficiently end hunger and improve nutrition in America
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Kids and teens can concentrate on their schoolwork better when they’re not hungry. And studies show that kids do better in school when they eat breakfast!
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Farm to School Nov 2
Eskimo Potatoes, Caribou & Fiddlehead Ferns: shares how AK celebrated with indigenous foods
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USDA Food Safety Nov 19
Planning to purchase perishable ingredients this week? Don’t let them spoil before ! See chart below for cold storage times
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The Great Detective Adventure has classroom materials to track plant growth:
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SNAP-Ed Connection 23h
for Illinois Junior Chefs giving kids cooking skills, confidence & nutrition ed.
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SNAP benefits are provided to help eligible families put food on the table, and is committed to ensuring that these vital benefits are used as intended.
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USDA Team Nutrition Nov 16
Using student taste tests to inform the menu! How to:
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USDA Nutrition Nov 20
NEW BLOG: SNAP E&T Opens Door to Five-Star Employment Opportunity
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ChooseMyPlate.gov Nov 9
Drain and rinse canned vegetables such as beans, peas, carrots, and corn to reduce sodium.
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USDA Nutrition Nov 18
Encourage children to eat vegetables and fruits by making it fun. Provide healthy ingredients and let kids help with preparation, based on their age and skills.
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USDA Nutrition Nov 17
As the weather gets cooler, can help you eat all five food groups and continue to build healthy eating habits!
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USDA Nutrition Nov 17
Tribal Nations are increasingly leveraging as tools to preserve tribal language, a connection to the land, culture and a source of food for child nutrition programs.
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NIH ODS Nov 15
professionals: Find Spanish-language nutrition information for your clients and patients from :
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USDA Nutrition Nov 17
The purpose of USDA's SNAP E&T program is to assist members of households in gaining skills, training, or experience that will increase their ability to obtain regular employment.
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ChooseMyPlate.gov Nov 16
For some healthy eating tips & tricks, hear from the 6 families in our video series!
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USDA Nutrition Nov 17
can simplify mornings for families by offering kids and teens healthy options that fit into their schedule!
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SNAP-Ed Connection Nov 14
Food pantries provide Thanksgiving boxes & Plan, Shop, Cook, Save teaches families to make meals
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USDA Nutrition Nov 16
Schools across the nation are using gardens to help children discover where food comes from and to develop healthy eating habits!
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USDA Nutrition Nov 16
Local food service professionals, in big cities and in small communities, work hard to ensure the meals they serve are safe, nutritious and delicious for students!
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USDA Food Safety Nov 10
We partnered with to bring you healthy recipes & best practices for the holidays! Head over to to read more!
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