Funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – Education (SNAP-Ed) Program, and administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare and Penn State University.
17.5% increase in participants reporting they will plan their meals before shopping
16% more people will compare prices before buying food
24% more people plan to drink milk in place of other beverages
23% more people plan to choose low-fat dairy products instead of full-fat
Nutrition for Life (NFL) provides direct nutrition education services to low-income children, adults, and seniors living in Philadelphia and Montgomery counties who are eligible to receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits (formerly known as Food Stamp benefits).
NFL uses evidence-based, comprehensive approaches to improve the likelihood that low-income families on a limited budget want and are able to make healthier food and physical activity choices, consistent with the current Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPlate.gov. Nutrition education services are offered in group classes, individual one-on-one sessions, cooking demonstrations, and food tastings.
Through NFL, HPC reaches approximately 3,000 adults and seniors annually in a variety of community settings including health centers, supermarkets, food pantries, public housing sites, and senior centers.
Partners (partial list)
School District of Philadelphia
Philadelphia Department of Public Health Ambulatory Health Centers
Public Health Management Corporation
Brown’s Shoprite Stores
Resources for Human Development
Mitzvah Food Project – Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
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