September is Whole Grains Month, and we’re gearing up for 30 days of deals and other whole grain goodness. READ MORE
Updated Asian Diet Pyramid and New Materials
We’ve just unveiled our refreshed Asian Diet Pyramid! Learn more and download our brand new handouts and resources. READ MORE
JOIN US IN GREECE FOR OUR FALL CULINARY TOUR
Often considered the heart and soul of the Med Diet, Greece is a country renowned for its cuisine, landscape, and history. Join us this October for an insider’s tour of Crete: food, wine, and more! READ MORE
Our New Whole Grains Cookbook
Learn how to prepare whole grains from around the world! Featuring Mediterranean, African, Asian, and Latin American dishes. READ MORE
Register now for 2018 Whole Grains Council Conference
Register today for the conference on November 4-6, 2018 in Seattle, Washington. READ MORE
A Taste of African Heritage Cooking Classes
Bring the healthy and delicious foods of the African diaspora to your own kitchen. Sign up for our A Taste of African Heritage cooking classes—or teach one of your own! READ MORE
Happy 25 years to the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid! The Mediterranean Diet (or Med Diet) reﬂects a way of eating that is traditional in the countries that surround the Mediterranean, but you don’t need to travel any further than your local supermarket to discover its delicious ﬂavors and fresh...
The African Heritage Diet is a way of eating based on the healthy food traditions of people with African roots. This healthy way of eating is powerfully nutritious and delicious, and naturally meets the guidelines experts recommend for supporting good health.
The Latin American Diet Pyramid preserves and rivitalizes centuries-old traditions and tastes. Whether you are living in Latin America, of Latin descent but living elsewhere, or whether you simply enjoy the vibrant tastes of Latin culinary traditions, we’ll help you learn about the foods...
Asian diets are as varied as the Asian continent is large. Although each Asian country and region has its distinct ﬂavors and cooking styles, there are many unifying characteristics, such as high consumption of plant foods, including vegetables, fruits, beans, legumes, nuts, herbs and...
It’s a fact: Eating plants is very, very good for you and if you eat a lot of them, you can reap the rewards of scientiﬁcally proven beneﬁts, which include improved health, lower disease risk, weight loss, and longevity. Find out what your meals would include, if you ate a vegetarian or a vegan...