- Better Living for Texans provides nutrition education to limited income families and individuals, helping them acquire the knowledge, skills and behavior necessary to maximize resources, have nutritionally sound diets, and improve self-sufficiency.
- Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program helps Texas youth and families with young children develop healthy eating and lifestyle practices by delivering research-based information and education in the home, classroom, and community group settings to help Texans with limited resources make better nutrition and health decisions.
- Produce for Better Health Foundation strives to create a healthier America through increasing consumption of a variety of fruits and vegetables. Educational tools, consumer resources, recipes, and research are available.
- Texas Commodity Assistance Program supplements the diets of low-income Americans by providing emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost. U.S. Department of Agriculture-donated commodities are distributed to emergency feeding organizations such as food pantries, soup kitchens, and housing authorities. Eligibility is based on income and residential location.
- AgriLife Extension provides food and nutrition information put together by Family and Consumer Sciences including food resource management, food safety, and nutrition throughout the life cycle.
- Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) Food and Nutrition Division includes information on the Child and Adult Care Food Program, National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Mile Program, Summer Food Service Program, Nutrition Education and Training, Texas Commodity Assistance Program, Commodity Supplemental Food Program, and Food Distribution Program.
- USDA WIC page connects to Texas contacts for WIC state agencies, WIC nutrition coordinators and breastfeeding coordinators, WIC farmers’ market state agencies, senior farmers’ market nutrition program, FNS WIC Offices Headquarters and Regional Offices.