Alleviating Food Insecurities Using Nutrition Education Programs

Clemson Extension Program Team

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program

Publication Date

Winter 1-23-2024

Publication Number

LGP 1184


Alleviating food insecurity through Nutrition Education Progams such as the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is a vital aspect in helping the community. These initiatives teach individuals and communities about balanced diets, meal planning, and budget-friendly grocery shopping. By providing essential nutritional knowledge these programs empower people to make healthier food choices, stretch their resources, and reduce reliance on emergency food assistance. This approach not only addresses hunger, but also foster long-term food security and over all well-being, ultimately contributing to healthier and more resilient communities.

Publication Type

Short Communication


Land-Grant Press by Clemson Extension

Publisher City

Clemson, SC

Target Audiences

nonprofit, Clemson extension, researchers