EatFresh is an online resource for CalFresh (SNAP, or food stamps) eligible individuals and families, though this website is a great resource for anyone who wants to improve their health. Our goals for this website are:
- To encourage cooking at home with fresh foods and minimally processed non-perishables
- To show users that healthy change happens even though barriers exist
- To better understand the link between lifestyle/diet choices with the prevention of chronic diseases
If you'd like to integrate Eatfresh into your program, organization, farmer's market, or health clinic, you can download flyers, posters, and recipe cards here. Watch our quick demo video below for feature highlights on EatFresh.org:
Are you a registered dietitian who would like to have an opportunity to share what you know with a larger audience? We're looking for guest dietitians to answer questions that users submit on EatFresh. Apply to be a guest dietitian now »
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Eatfresh.org is a project of the Human Services Agency of the City and County of San Francisco. Leah's Pantry manages the content for this site as well as directs Eatfresh implementation throughout California. CivicActions designed and built www.eatfresh.org.
Content and Strategy Partners
City and County of San Francisco, Department of Public Health, Nutrition Services and Mission Latino Family Partnership (MLFP)
EatFresh Advisory Workgroup Members
Jewish Family Service of San Diego
Kick the Can
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Network for a Healthy California
Network for a Healthy California - Children's Power Play! Campaign
Pittsburg Community Food Bank
San Francisco Food Bank
Seeds @ City Urban Farm
Share Our Strength's Cooking Matters
Shasta County Health and Human Services
Support for EatFresh.org
Supported by Aetna Foundation, a national foundation based in Hartford, Connecticut that supports projects to promote wellness, health and access to high-quality health care for everyone. The views presented here are those of the author and not necessarily those of the Aetna Foundation, its directors, officers, or staff.