Healthy Habits, Eating Well on a Budget is the community nutrition program of the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. Our team of culinary and nutrition professionals work directly with the Food Bank’s network of partner agencies and their guests to provide relevant, practical, and science-based nutrition information to the communities we serve. Through a variety of in-person and virtual outreach, Healthy Habits works to bridge the gap between food insecurity and health for the guests of our member agencies. Healthy Habits is currently accepting invitations to host classes, workshops, and cooking demonstrations at member agencies for guests, staff, and volunteers.
View our Healthy Habits brochure to learn more.
The Healthy Habits team bases its educational content around four core philosophies. Read more about them here.
For more information about Healthy Habits in-person or virtual content, contact Flannery Sullivan, Community Nutrition Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (401) 230-1671.
Our healthy recipes include meals and snacks for both individuals and families. All of our recipes are budget friendly, quick and easy to make, and use items often found in the Food Bank’s member agency food pantries.
Find all of our healthy recipes from the program here.
Healthy Bites are quick, 1 to 3 minute videos developed by our Healthy Habits team. Similar to the nutrition education demos that occur at member agencies, Healthy Bites topics include nutrition, food safety, physical activity, and wellness in a short, easy to digest format.
Healthy Bites examples:
For more, head to the Food Bank’s YouTube page to find all of our video recipes and Healthy Bites. Share widely and visit us frequently to build and develop your own healthy habits!
Healthy Habits, Happy Kids! Our Healthy Habits team had the opportunity to ask our Kids Cafe participants about their favorite healthy foods. Using a placemat template, kids share why they like eating healthy foods! Visit our Facebook page for the full album.