Nutrition Education

COVID-19 Food Resource Documents To Be Updated Daily*

Click the linked “Food Resource Lists” below to view resources for the respective counties.

Racine COVID19 Food Resource List

Kenosha COVID19 Food Resource List

*Information provided is updated daily; however, we recommend you check the with the agency beforehand, using links and contact information provided. Continue to scroll down for more resources for food pantries, food safety & nutrition and financial resources during COVID-19.


Food Pantry Best Practices during COVID-19

Click on the resource below to view an up-to-date resource of food pantry best practices during COVID-19

Food Pantry Best Practices During COVID-19


Food Safety in the Time of COVID-19 

Click the following links for food safety resources during COVID-19 by Barbara Ingham 

Hand washing & Neil Diamond

Cleaning & Disinfecting

Can I get sick from eating food with coronavirus?


Nutrition News Blog

Keep up to date on nutrition news with Dr. Beth Olson. There are great ideas for how to stay healthy and engaged with food during COVID-19. View the blog here.


Click here for Financial Resources during COVID-19 by UW-Madison



FoodWIse Program

Interactive nutrition and food safety workshops available in English and Spanish for learners of all ages. Save time and money by learning how to plan healthy, tasty meals, shop smarter, feed picky eaters, and reduce food waste. Classes are free to those eligible for WIC or FoodShare.

If you’re interested in learning more about our overall program, view our 2018 State FoodWIse results here!

The Kenosha/Racine FoodWIse office is located at 1220 Mound Avenue, Racine, WI 53404
(262) 635-6824


State FoodWIse

Racine/Kenosha FoodWIse

Nutrition Educators

Our Partners

Policy, Systems and Environment Change

Nutrition Resources

Community Resources

Community Impacts



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Eating Smart, Being Active

The “Eating Smart Being Active” series is a free 9-week workshop for parents. Learn cooking and savvy shopping techniques, food safety, and get new recipes and incentive items that will help you and your family Eat Smart and Be Active! Refer a parent you know by clicking here!

16 FREE Continuing Education Hours can also be received by early child care workers. Inquire at the number below!

Cooking Matters At The Store

Cooking Matters at the Store is a guided grocery store tour that teaches adults with limited incomes how to get the most nutrition for their food dollars. Cooking Matters at the Store ends with the $10 Challenge, an activity where participants use the skills they’ve just learned to buy a healthy meal for a family of four, for under $10. Participants also take home a booklet with recipes and shopping tips.


 Call (262) 635-6824 for more information.

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