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ICYMI: A Virtual Tour: Explore Nutrition Tools and Resources from USDA and HHS Websites


We had a wonderful and very informative webinar yesterday with @Marcia Greenblum & @colleen.sideck from USDA, and @Holly H. McPeak from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services! 

During the webinar, these panelists guided participants through the different nutrition tools and resources found on the USDA and HHS sites. There were a TON of resources that they covered, and as promised - we wanted to share that list here:

If you missed the webinar, you can find a recording of it here. A copy of the slides is available here

Don't forget, we have another webinar on 6/24 with guests from USDA to go over the MyPlate resource. You can learn more about that and register here

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A Virtual Tour: Explore Nutrition Tools and Resources from USDA and HHS Websites


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