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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-ED) is a food and nutrition education program for persons eligible for or receiving food stamps/cash out. SNAP-ED provides education in:

  • Nutrition
  • Making delicious, low cost, quick and easy meals and snacks
  • Food selection
  • Stretching your food dollar
  • Improving your shopping skills
  • Food safety
It also acquaints participants with available local services. The SNAP-ED audiences and educational activities are based on community needs and decisions. Activities are supported by collaborations with community human service agencies. On site groups and one-on-one instruction is offered.  If you would like more information on the Family Nutrition Program, please call (734)997-1MSU.

Summertime is a great time to eat more fruits and vegetables.  According to the National Cancer Institute, eating lots of fruits and vegetables as a part of a low-fat, high-fiber diet may help reduce cancer risk.

Food Preservation, Safety and Nutrition answer questions on food safety and nutrition concerns.

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