Let EatFresh.org extend, strengthen, and complement all the hard work you do! These resources are freely available to CalFresh-eligible Californians and those who serve them. If you don’t see what you need, or have difficulty accessing the materials, please contact us.
- Per guidance from the California Department of Social Services, the project funder, EatFresh.org printed promotional materials are available for free to organizations who are involved in their California county’s SNAP-Ed program, either as an implementer, a site, or a County Welfare Department office. Register with Leah’s Pantry to receive a promo code for free pre-printed materials!
Use these links to jump to the download categories below:
- Resources to Support EatFresh.org
- Resources to Support EatFresh.org Mini Course
- View Promo Code for FREE Pre-Printed Materials
Resources to Support EatFresh.org
- Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
- How-To Guides—Print-ready tutorials for nutrition educators and/or users.
- Recipe Cards (Print-ready)—Our most popular EatFresh.org recipes displayed in a print-ready PDF (4×6″ or 5.5×8.5″); English, Spanish, and Chinese options.
- Recipe Cards (Pre-printed)—Our most popular EatFresh.org recipes printed on card stock and delivered to your location; English, Spanish, and Chinese options. FREE for organizations funded by SNAP-Ed!
- Posters—Print these PDFs to advertise EatFresh.org at your location.
- EatFresh.org Logos—Print- and screen-ready copies of our EatFresh.org logo, for inclusion in your instructional or promotional documents.
- Recorded Webinars—Review tips and tricks related to using EatFresh.org and sharing nutrition education concepts.
- Cultural Accommodations Tip Sheets—Print-ready tip sheets related to accommodating Vietnamese, Haitian, and Somali food preferences.
- Dietary Accommodations Tip Sheets—Print-ready tip sheets related to accommodating diabetic, hypertensive, high cholesterol, vegetarian, vegan, and anti-inflammatory eating patterns.
- EatFresh.org Recipe Videos—YouTube videos showing how to prepare various EatFresh.org recipes.
- Promotional Video—YouTube videos for promoting EatFresh.org
- 30-Minute Playlist—YouTube playlist featuring EatFresh.org, CalFresh, USDA, and similar resources; perfect for putting on loop wherever clients need to wait for services.
- Weekly Email Health Tips—Email subscription list, available in English and Spanish.
- USDA FoodKeeper App—Use to help maximize the freshness and quality of food items.
- Recipes for Older Adults – Print-ready recipe list including information about chronic disease prevention, and sugar/sodium content in recipes geared towards older adults.
Resources to Support EatFresh.org Mini Course
- EatFresh.org Mini Course—Free online nutrition education course to boost participants’ nutrition, cooking, and healthy living knowledge. Each self-paced topic takes 5-10 minutes to complete.
- Getting Started Guide—Print-ready guide to help implementers get participants using the EatFresh.org Mini Course.
- Promotional Flyers—Print-ready and editable (Google Drive) promotional flyers to ignite interest in using the EatFresh.org Mini Course; English/Spanish. Choose File > Make a Copy to copy into your own Google Drive and make edits.
- In-person Lesson Plans—60- and 90-minute lesson plans for instructor-led nutrition education using the EatFresh.org Mini Course.
|Resource||PDF Link||Last Update|
|A Fresh Twist on Traditional Recipes||English||05/25/2016|
|Around the World at the Farmers’ Market: Recipes from San Diego’s African and Middle Eastern Community Cooks||English||06/08/2016|
|From Iraq to the Golden State: Recipes Inspired by Iraqi Community Farmers||English||10/13/2015|
|Healthy, Easy Recipes Inspired by Asia & the Pacific Islands||English||07/03/2017|
|Young, Indigenous, and Healthy: Recipes Inspired by Today’s Native Youth||English||09/15/2017|
|The Tenderloin Cooking School: Smart Meals for Small Spaces||English||06/15/2016|