Promote nutrition and health in Pennsylvania.

We are the only state-wide SNAP-Ed provider.

Serving SNAP-Ed recipients, SNAP-Ed eligible folks, and SNAP-Ed providers throughout Pennsylvania.

Who is PA NEN?

The Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Network promotes communication among individuals and organizations engaged with improving nutrition in our communities. We work to ensure that effective, evidence-based, appropriate nutrition and physical activity resources primarily for low-income populations are available across the state.

Our members are

Nutrition Educators, SNAP-Ed Providers, Health & Wellness Educators, Community Nutritionists, Chefs, Anti-Hunger Advocates, Family Consumer, Science Professionals, Fitness Professionals, Healthcare Professionals, Clinical Dietitians, Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN), Dietetic Technicians, Culinary Arts professionals, Food Sustainability Experts, University Faculty & Teachers, Students (High School, Undergraduate, Graduate), Nurses, Child Care Providers, Food Bank/Pantry Staff

What is SNAP-Ed?

The graphic here shows how money and policies flow from decision-makers in Washington DC down to local organizations like PA NEN and our partners.

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Contact Us

PA NEN is always striving to improve its offerings and support SNAP-Ed partners in new and exciting ways. We welcome your comments, questions, and concerns. Please do not hesitate to reach out.

Email us at

We receive physical mail at

1500 Market St., LM 500,

Philadelphia PA, 19102

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© 2022 Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Network

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. This material was funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) through the PA Department of Human Services (DHS).

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