ESNY 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 Chicken with Apples and Raisins
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Learn to make healthy meals your family will love in ESNY 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 an ESNY class.

Eat Smart NY

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Orleans County is a part a statewide program called Eat Smart New York. We help families with limited incomes to eat more fruits and vegetables, drink fewer sweetened beverages and practice healthy lifestyles.

Eat Smart New York Nutrition Education is free to all individuals who qualify for benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

Eat Smart New York is a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Nutrition Education program (SNAP-Ed). SNAP-Ed is a USDA-funded program, led in Western New York by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County. Nutrition educators from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Niagara County, and The Chautauqua Center provide nutrition education and obesity prevention programming throughout the region.

Last updated February 27, 2020