Florida Nutrition Education

Nutrition Education
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Eat Healthier

Our courses are designed to help users make healthy food choices and best use of their SNAP budgets.

Sign up today! Users will learn how to make healthy meals, stretch their dollars at the grocery store, and make informed decisions about what they eat. To get started, see our courses and enroll.

Eat Healthy. Shop Smart. Be Well.

Students and families can learn how to craft healthier meals, stretch your dollars at the grocery store, and make informed decisions about meals for you and your family.

Eating Better on a Budget

Learn strategies to make healthy food choices while saving money and become familiar with MyPlate and the Nutrition Facts Label.

Introduction to MyPlate

Learn simple strategies to make healthy food choices using MyPlate and understand the benefits of eating an overall healthy diet.

OrganWise Guys

The playful characters of the OrganWise Guys help children to learn how to make good eating choices and the importance of nutrition to healthy physical development.


FloridaNutritionEd.Org is a partnership between Feeding Florida, the Florida Department of Children and Families, and the Florida Department of Health formed to educate SNAP beneficiaries about good nutrition, smart spending, and a healthy lifestyle.


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