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Organizations and communities across British Columbia are actively engaged in a variety of healthy eating initiatives and programs.   Great ideas and resources come to our attention everyday.  Feel free to check back on this page often as it will be updated as resources come to our attention.

From food security to guidelines on healthy beverages, from childhood to senior we hope to create a space that shares all of the inventive tools available throughout our network. Please email the Food Skills team at if you wish to submit a resource or link that should be posted to this section.


Want to create your own nutrition fact sheet?  Health Link BC 

Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide – Download a PDF version

Healthy Eating for Seniors – Download the handbook

Take the Healthy Eating Quiz – Kelty Mental Health

24 Diagrams to Help You Eat Healthier – Buzz Feed Life

Build a Healthy Meal – Eat Well Plate

Customize Canada’s Food Guide Tool – My Food Guide

Connect with a Dietitian – Health Link BC

Nutrition Matters:  Healthy Eating Videos – Diabetes Canada

School Food Initiatives

Encouraging healthy beverage choices – Sip Smart! BC

Cook it. Try it. Like it! – Interior Health

Food Preservation

Guide to storing fresh vegetables and fruits – Store It!

Diabetes Resources

Basic Meal Planning – Diabetes Canada

A Canadian Guide to Living Well with Diabetes – Diabetes Canada

Portion Guide – Diabetes Canada

Carbohydrate Counting – Diabetes Canada

Glycemic Index – Diabetes Canada

Just the Basics – Diabetes Canada

Family Meal Resources

Variety of cooking, recipe and meal resources for your whole family – Better Together BC 

Good & Cheap – Eat Well on $4 a Day – US Resource – Leanne Brown

Veggie Cooking Cheat Sheet – Infographic

Helping Adults and Children Find Joy and Confidence in Eating:  Ellyn Satter Institute

Jamie Oliver Family Food Tube: Family Food Tube

Age Appropriate Tasks in the Kitchen Infographic: KidFriendlyKitchenTasks

Teaching & Educational Tools

Digital Cooking Fundamentals for Intellectual Disabilities – Look Cook and Eat 


Grocery Shopping Tools

HealthyFamiliesBC offers an interactive virtual grocery store tour called Shopping Sense which provides information on meal planning, food safety and exploring the various sections of a grocery store including produce, bakery, dairy, fats and oils, and meat and meat alternatives.