Food & Nutrition

Explore Oregon's Nutrition Education program and find out how it connects Oregonians to local and regional community food resources. Watch a video about the OSU Extension Portland Hispanic Nutrition program. Check out OSU's Food Innovation Center if you want to take your food products to market. The Food Hero website is an online resource for people who want to eat healthy meals.

 

Stories & Tips
Héroe de Alimentos: Consejos para preparar comidas saludables
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Food Hero: Helpful messages for healthy eating
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Molalla eats its veggies and goes the extra mile

Surrounded by farmland, the town of Molalla is known for its 100-year-old rodeo. But some are trying to make it known for a healthy lifestyle.

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Featured Question

I recently got a can of tomatoes from a food pantry. It was noticeably swollen on both ends. When I punctured it with a can-opener, the juice sprayed 2 feet up in the air. I have never had an experience like this with any canned food product. The tomato juice on my hand tasted fine. Was the pressure build-up in the can an indication of any dangerous condition? Botulism? Or something else? Please advise me if you think it is safe to eat the tomatoes.

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