Use these resources for meal planning and grocery shopping to help you stick to your budget and eat healthy at home.
Check out these six tips for reducing food waste at home.
Use this directory to find a farmers market in your state.
Making a plan before heading to the store can help you get organized, save money, and choose healthy options.
Browse sample menus for celebrating holidays, including Cinco de Mayo, the 4th of July, and Halloween.
Find out what fruits and vegetables are in season.
We can all play a part in reaching the national food waste reduction goal – to reduce food waste by 50% by the year 2030. Start using these tips today to reduce food waste, save money, and protect the environment.
Buy healthy foods for your family using these tips and resources.
Read about the difference between servings and portions, and find out how much portion sizes have grown over the past 20 years.
Understand how much you need to eat and control food portions so that you can eat just enough for you.
When it comes to your heart, what you eat matters. Follow these tips for heart healthy eating.
Use this shopping list to track how much you have and how much you need to reduce food waste.
Use this budget-friendly shopping list to eat healthy at home while saving money.
Find healthy meal and snack ideas for a daily grocery budget of $5.63.
View a sample weekly dinner plan, recipes, and grocery list. Plus, find a blank form that you can use to make a personalized plan.
This tool allows you to look at what you’re spending now and how you can make small changes that add up to big savings.
This fact sheet provides ideas to decrease the amount of fat, calories, salt (sodium) and sugar in recipes. Ways to increase fiber in recipes are also provided.
Find out more about the Mediterranean eating pattern and why it's so healthy.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive. Use these tips to make healthy choices while staying within your budget.
Plan meals before you grocery shop to save time and money. See the simple steps here.