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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed)

SNAP-Ed Evaluation

SNAP-Ed programs use the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework and Interpretive Guide.

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Stretch Food Dollars

Educators teach meal planning, shopping, and budgeting.

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State Spotlights

SNAP-Ed programs highlight their success.

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Prevent Lead Poisoning

Good nutrition can help prevent lead poisoning.

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SNAP-Ed Programs

Find SNAP-Ed contact information for your state.

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Seasonal Produce Guide

SNAP-Ed shows people how to use seasonal produce.

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Last Published: 06/22/2017

SNAP-Ed is an evidence-based program that helps people lead healthier lives. SNAP-Ed teaches people using or eligible for SNAP about good nutrition and how to make their food dollars stretch further. SNAP-Ed participants also learn to be physically active.

SNAP-Ed works by building partnerships with all types of community organizations.  Communities have social marketing campaigns, hold nutrition education classes, and improve their policies, systems, and the environment of the community. SNAP-Ed even addresses local issues like lead poisoning.

 
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Stretch Your Food Dollars

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Browse SNAP-Ed Success Stories

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Explore SNAP-Ed Evaluation

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Find Healthy SNAP Recipes

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Order Nutrition Education Materials

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Read Core Nutrition Messages

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