Eatfresh.org is an award-winning, mobile-friendly nutrition and recipe website designed for low-income Californians. Available in English, Spanish, and Chinese. The site provides inspiration, tools, and community for individuals with varying levels of nutrition awareness, digital literacy, and culinary skills.
Looking for ways to promote EatFresh.org with your participants? A companion integration toolkit provides implementation resources for organizations.
Additional features include:
- Ask a dietitian
- Meal plans to help reduce food waste and meal costs
- Local resource pages for each California county
- Text recipe ingredients to your phone
- Easy recipe yield change
- Information about how to purchase, store, and prepare foods
- Recipe commenting and social media sharing capabilities
Since launch in 2013, hundreds of partner organizations and thousands of users across the state have made EatFresh.org their go-to online resource for recipes and nutrition messaging. About 15,000 Californians visit EatFresh.org each month, spending an average of 5 minutes on the site and viewing 7.8 pages per visit.
- Frequently asked questions about EatFresh.org
- Integration toolkit (includes a variety of resources for both EatFresh.org and the EatFresh.org Mini Course)
- Online nutrition education course
- Purchase pre-printed recipe cards for EatFresh.org recipes (SNAP-Ed funded sites can register to receive a promo code to receive the cards free of charge.)
EatFresh.org is part of the USDA’s national SNAP-Ed Toolkit, a one-stop shop for organizations seeking programs to improving nutritional health in their communities.
EatFresh.org is funded by the USDA/FNS via the California Department of Social Services. All resources are USDA/SNAP-Ed approved.