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|