Nutrition, Health & Food Safety Programs

Farm to Table Food Safety Farm to Table Food Safety
From the producer to the consumer, food safety strategies can be followed to minimize contamination and help lower the risk of foodborne illness. Learn more
Live Eat Play Live Eat Play
Nutrition resources designed to help active Coloradans choose, prepare, serve and enjoy healthy foods. Learn more
Expanded Food Nutrition Education Programs
SNANP-Ed Program
Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) & Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-Ed)
Nutrition, food safety and food-buying education for limited resource Coloradans. Learn more about EFNEP. Learn more about SNAP-Ed.

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When modifying recipes, look for ingredients that can be eliminated, reduced or replaced with more nutritious ones. Learn more
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Home-Produced Chicken Eggs Home-Produced Chicken Eggs
To ensure egg safety and quality, home producers should manage chickens and handle eggs properly. Learn more

Updated Friday, May 15, 2015