Recipe for Success

Welcome to Recipe for Success

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The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Anthropology Department developed Recipe for Success to provide nutrition education to low income SNAP-Ed eligible individuals, families and households in the Triad. Recipe for Success receives funding from the United States Department of Agriculture through the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Our Nutrition Educators teach both children and adult curriculums that focus on healthy food, food budgeting, and food safety. Classes are held in Title 1 Public Schools and Youth Education Centers across the region, as well as community centers, public libraries, and other facilities which serve adult populations. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipient households in the area receive nutrition education through mailings, which include lessons on healthy food choices, grocery shopping tips, and food safety.

Recent News

Tomato Season!

It’s tomato season, and we are teaching many of our classes about the nutritional benefits of tomatoes, and taste testing […]


All New Summer Classes!!

Check out our calendar for all of our upcoming summer classes throughout the Triad! CALENDAR  


Meet Our Team!

Meet the Recipe For Success team!  This talented group designs, delivers, and evaluates all of the food and nutrition programming […]


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