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Explore the categories below to find a variety of helpful online resources.
Eating for Health
Resources to support and promote healthy eating—from general guidelines to specific information, whether you're pregnant, vegetarian, managing diabetes, or more.
Healthy Eating in your Community
Resources to support and promote healthy eating in your community—whether at school, the office, in recreation, or a shared community space.
Resources to help build healthy food skills—from growing, harvesting, and hunting, to purchasing, preparing, preserving, and composting.
Resources to support food programs in your community—everything from community gardens and bulk buying clubs, to farmers' markets.
Explore the categories below to find initiatives across Newfoundland and Labrador.
Food Skills, Education & Resources
Initiatives to help build your food literacy—in both theory and practice—from cooking classes and workshops, to rental kitchens.
Hunger Relief Programs
Initiatives to help you and your family put healthy food on the table, even when money is tight—from food banks and meal programs, to hampers for new mothers.
Initiatives to help you take advantage of Newfoundland and Labrador’s diverse and rich local foods—from community supported agriculture programs to farmers’ markets.
Initiatives that bring you and your community together around food—from community kitchens and freezers, to gardens and bulk buying clubs.