Eat Smart Program
Eat Smart is part of the public health project to improve the health of Missoula area residents through education, partnerships, policy and environmental changes.
Eat Smart's mission is to improve the food and beverage choices made by Missoula area residents. Eat Smart offers community nutrition education, nutrition resources and presentations for schools & childcare centers, work-site wellness and participation in health fairs & community events.
Eat Smart Coalition
Bi-monthly meetings serve as a forum for community members with a vested interest in the nutrition environment to:
- Share information regarding best practices that promote healthy eating and chronic disease prevention.
- Discuss factors that influence food and beverage selection by Missoula residents.
- Collaborate with community partners to implement identified strategies to improve Missoula's nutrition environment.
For more information contact Rebecca Morley, email or (406) 258-3827
Next Meeting November 29th, 2018 from 9:30 am - 11:00 am at the Missoula Food Bank, 1720 Wyoming Street Learn and Share Meeting " "Getting Kids (and Sometimes Adults) to Eat Lentils: Adventures in Value Added Agriculture and Local Food Sourcing" by Rosie Goldich, Food and Agriculture Program Coordinator for Lake County Community Development Center.:
Eat Smart Newsletters
Eat Smart e-newsletters contain the latest nutrition articles and information from peer reviewed journals, dietitians, and health and fitness professionals.
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Current Issue: FDA Bans 7 Synthetic Food Flavorings
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