SeniorAge Area Agency on Aging


Nutrition Education Classes

SeniorAge Nutrition Education programs include cooking classes and demos, taste tests, and recipes with the goal of educating the community about cooking healthy meals on a tight budget, especially with fruits and vegetables. 

Typically offered once or twice every month or two months. Meet 30 minutes to 1 hour for each class.

  • Topics may include food preparation, shopping on a budget, healthy habits–challenges and solutions, colorful eating, nutrition and physical activity, reading food labels, gardening, eating well, etc.
  • Food samples, recipes, cooking utensils, etc. may be available at some of the classes.

*These classes mat be offered by SeniorAge staff, University of Missouri Extension's Family Nutritin Education program (FNEP) educator, or by other community outreach educators.

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