Eatfresh.org is an award-winning, mobile-friendly nutrition and recipe website designed for low-income Californians. The site provides inspiration, tools, and community for individuals with varying levels of nutrition awareness, digital literacy, and culinary skills.

Click to view a case study with Best Practices for Implementing EatFresh.org

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
  • Text recipe ingredients to your phone
  • Easy recipe yield change
  • Information about how to purchase, store, and prepare foods
  • Answers to commonly asked questions about living a healthy lifestyle

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.

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USDA SNAP-Ed Toolkit

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.