In 2019, the University of Georgia EFNEP Extension

Directly held

30,997

FOOD TALK SESSIONS

which reached

4,677

ADULTS

and

2,627

YOUTH

Adults who completed our educational series FOOD TALK reported measurable improvements in health behaviors such as:

Diet Quality

93%

of 2126 adult graduates

ate more fruits and vegetables or drank fewer sugary beverages

 

Food Safety

73%

of 2126 adult graduates

reduced the risk of food-borne illness

Physical Activity

70%

of 2126 adult graduatesĀ 

were more physically active

Food Budget

79%

of 2126 adult graduates

compared food prices more often when making grocery purchases

Youth who completed our educational series FOOD TALK reported measurable improvements in health behaviors such as:

Diet Quality

88%

of 1272 youth graduates

ate more fruits and vegetables or drank fewer sugary beverages

 

Food Safety

64%

of 1272 youth graduates

reduced the risk of food-borne illness

Physical Activity

67%

of 1272 youth graduates

were more physically active