SNAP-Ed classes can help you put more vegetables and fruits in your diet.

Small group nutrition class
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A small group nutrition class

Image accompanying Cooking Matters recipe for Ratatouille
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Learn to make healthy meals your family will love in SNAP-Ed classes.

A woman and her daughter read and share a snack together.
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A woman and her daughter read and share a healthy snack together.

Two women at a supermarket discuss a milk label
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Learn to read and understand food nutrition labels in a SNAP-Ed class.


Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) helps people with limited incomes learn how to eat better for less money.

Join us for a FREE one-time workshop-- or a few classes -- that will help you learn to fill your grocery cart and dinner table with healthy and inexpensive foods. Our nutrition educators will meet with you one-on-one or in a group-- in your home or at another place in the community -- to help you learn about cooking, meal planning, healthy food shopping on a budget, nutrition, food safety, weight control and physical activity, breastfeeding and much more. 

You’ll learn: - to prepare easy, good-tasting, low-cost meals in minutes.

                   - to spend less time at the store and buy healthier food with your money & SNAP benefits.

                   - to make healthy meals and snacks that children will love.

                   - to plan meals, prepare & store food safely, and use less salt, sugar, and fat when you cook.

                   - to read and understand food labels. - to make healthy lifestyle changes part of every day.

Our classes are FREE and the only cost to you is your time. Classes meet in homes, and other places in the community like food pantries, senior centers or Head Start locations. 

Our SNAP-Ed program, funded by USDA SNAP Nutrition Education, is part of the Cornell Cooperative Extension system which offers nutrition education through CCE county associations across New York State.

Last updated April 24, 2023