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Partner with Us

 

Our partnership programs provide an opportunity for organizations, communities, and individuals to join together in helping promote MyPlate and the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025.

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National Strategic Partners

MyPlate’s National Strategic Partners consist of a variety of companies and organizations that are national in scope and reach and also fulfill certain requirements. They join together to help promote the Dietary Guidelines and MyPlate. National Strategic Partner examples include large, national organizations such as healthcare corporations, media outlets, grocery retailers, health professional associations, restaurant chains, and food manufacturers.

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MyPlate Ambassadors

MyPlate Ambassadors are leaders and educators that promote the Dietary Guidelines and MyPlate to national, state, local and/or community audiences. Examples include dietitians, educators, community programs, doctors, authors, schools, students, staff, and faculty.

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Federal Partners

Federal Partners are comprised of federal agencies, organizations, or individuals representing a Federal agency that carries out federal food, nutrition, or health programs. The Federal Partnership provides opportunities for federal agencies to extend the reach of Dietary Guidelines and MyPlate nutrition resources and communications by working collaboratively.

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Start Simple with MyPlate App

Build healthy eating habits one goal at a time! Download the Start Simple with MyPlate app today.

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MyPlate on Alexa

Get MyPlate nutrition tips for your baby or toddler on Amazon Alexa devices or the free Alexa app.

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MyPlate.gov is based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025