Happy New Year! 2015 will be a very big year for us. We're currently working on a number of projects and are excited to show you what we have planned. Read on to learn some of what we have in store! 
Free Webinar For Nutrition Educators
Join the EatFresh.org team for a webinar on Friday, January 16th from 10:30-11:15am to learn how EatFresh.org can save you time, help reinforce nutrition messages, and support your clients outside of the classroom.

Nutrition Education Program Manager Molly Burke from San Francisco Marin Food Bank will share her strategies and best practices for nutrition educators, and EatFresh.org
 staff will highlight programs currently using the website. Register for the webinar now »

Unable to attend but interested? Fill out this form » 

Tenderloin Cooking School Recipes on EatFresh.org
We're constantly adding new recipes to the website and we're very happy to announce the recipes featured in The Tenderloin Cooking School: Smart Meals for Small Spaces are now available on EatFresh.org! 

The cookbook, funded by The San Francisco Foundation and developed in collaboration with the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC), features healthy, culturally-competent meals submitted by Tenderloin neighborhood residents.

We're excited to greater inform the community of this wonderful collaborative project and share the unique and delicious menus featured. We'll be adding translated versions of each recipe in Spanish and Chinese very soon! 

View the Tenderloin Cooking School recipes »

EatFresh.org Teams Up With the Healthy Family Project in Sacramento

In our effort to further introduce EatFresh.org to food-insecure individuals and families throughout California, we teamed up with the Healthy Family Project in December. The event included an EatFresh.org cooking demo, recipe sample, conversations on nutrition and a holiday food distribution provided by the local food bank.

It was a wonderful event that provided local families an opportunity to discuss on healthy eating, the nutritional benefits of regularly using fruits and vegetables and to how access recipes on EatFresh.org that encourage the use of healthy foods.

Read more about the event »

New Website Features Encourage Discussion and Healthy Home Cooking

Along with being a resource for nutrition education, we always envisioned EatFresh.org to be a community space individuals could share thoughts and discussions around healthy eating and living. We just released new features to the website that encourage sharing ideas and ways to better learn how to prepare recipes.

Read about the upates on EatFresh.org »
How have you integrated EatFresh.org into your process or program? Send us an email – we'd love to highlight your approach so others can learn from it!

In health,

The EatFresh Team

EatFresh Toolkit

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EatFresh.org In the News

Check out our press release that was published on the Leah's Pantry blog this past summer.

Tag Your Instagram Photos with #eatfreshCA

Stand out as a "bright spot" on EatFresh.org by snapping photos of how you or your organization practice healthy habits. Your Instagram photos will appear on our feed on the EatFresh.org Community page when tagged with #eatfreshCA.