Welcome to the New Nutrition.gov Website! – USDA.gov

By | June 4, 2019
Posted by the Nutrition.gov staff, National Agricultural Library in Food and Nutrition

Jun 03, 2019

The Nutrition.gov website shown on multiple devices
The Nutrition.gov website shown on multiple devices. Photo credit: NAL

For more than 15 years, Nutrition.gov has provided consumers with easy access to reliable information on food, healthy eating, food safety and physical activity. The Nutrition.gov team is pleased to announce the launch of a newly designed and enhanced website. Nutrition.gov will now feature a modernized, mobile-friendly design, enhanced functionality, better browsing ability and easier access to content that can help users make healthful eating choices. The website is also organized by audience type as well as nutrition topic for easier navigation.

Visitors can now access Nutrition.gov’s most popular content and resources directly from the home page. The site’s Popular Pages section will be updated regularly and is driven by users, highlighting the most-viewed pages. The new Topics page shows an at-a-glance view of the site’s content, making it easy to find information on topics such as diet and health conditions, strategies for successful weight loss and printable materials for classrooms and health fairs.

Users looking for nutrition information in Spanish can now go back and forth between English and Spanish with just one click using the toggle feature near the top right section of the Web page. The site has also been updated with subject headings that are more relatable to the consumer audience. For example, what was Smart Nutrition 101 is now entitled Basic Nutrition.

For more information on the new website, please contact nginbox@ars.usda.gov. Nutrition.gov is updated regularly by a team of registered dietitians at the Food and Nutrition Information Center, part of the USDA National Agricultural Library.

Category/Topic: Food and Nutrition

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