COVID-19: Food Education Resources

In light of the current stay-at-home orders related to COVID-19, many Montgomery County food educators have created new online programming to help residents eat well and stay active while at home. The Montgomery County Food Council has compiled a list of the food education and health education resources that are currently available online to help County residents stay healthy and safe during COVID-19. Our sincere thanks go to our many food and health education partners for adapting their programming to meet resident needs during this unprecedented time! 

If you are aware of additional food/health education resources in the County that are not captured below, please contact

General Information on Food/Health Education

  • Green Beetz Coronavirus Food Education Guide 
    • Includes grocery shopping tips, ways to keep fruits and vegetables fresh longer, and affordable and easy recipes with pantry staples. 
    • Includes some information specific to New York City, but most of it is applicable to the DMV.
  • COVID-19 Community Resource Guide
    • Includes resources and links related to mental health and wellness, and active living and physical fitness.
  • Stay Home, Eat Well, Keep Moving
    • Created by UMD Extension FSNE (MD SNAP-Ed), the “Stay Home, Eat Well, Keep Moving” resource flyers are aimed at adults and children to share tips on food safety, grocery shopping and meal planning, and physical activity during this time. Organizations can reach out to for more information.

Cooking/Nutrition Resources/Classes

Resources/Events/Classes being offered by Healthcare Community

Food Education Resources offered by Giant Food

  • Visit Giant Food’s Health and Wellness page to access podcasts, Q&A sessions with Giant nutritionists, webinars and online classes.

Mental Health Resource