It’s now easier for the U-M community to choose foods that support basic good nutrition. MHealthy and its university partners have created a new labeling system to help you make more informed food choices at campus vending machines, at select eateries and through select catering providers.MHealthy Dining and Vending Program
Watch these short videos to get new recipe ideas and learn time-saving tips for selecting, cleaning, cutting and cooking fresh vegetables.Watch the videos
“Nourish Your Whole Self” is a new program based on the concept of intuitive eating. This program will help you tune into your body and mind and reconnect with the sensations that arise from within. You will be empowered to build a lifestyle focused on eating mindfully, being kind to yourself, enjoying movement, and being thankful for your body.Learn more
Search MHealthy's recipes and find delicious, satisfying, quick and easy recipes that will help you and your family eat well. More than 400 healthy recipes are available that emphasize whole grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, lean protein, low-fat dairy and healthy fats.Find recipes
The Maize and Blue Cupboard food pantry is free to anyone with a valid MCard. This video shows what’s usually in stock and how to shop the cupboard.Watch the video
Virtual cooking classes are now available! Our classes focus on teaching easy and delicious meals and snacks based on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts, fish, low-fat dairy, lean meat and beneficial fats. We'll share tips for saving time, cutting costs and having fun making tasty, healthy food that you and your family will love!MHealthy Cooking Classes
Michigan Medicine's dining page now includes helpful instructions on how to find detailed nutritional and allergen information for dining locations operated by Aramark and Picasso.Learn more
Open to U-M Faculty & Staff. Do you have questions about how you can start fitting healthier choices into your daily routine? Ask an MHealthy Registered Dietitian!
Get food trackers, fact sheets, information on scheduling a seminar or demo in your department, and more. View all resources.
Get fresh, locally-grown fruits, vegetables and more on or near campus during most months of the year. Learn more about Eat Smarter: Fresh Produce.
Available to everyone. Search MHealthy's new recipe finder for delicious, satisfying, quick and easy recipes that will help you and your family eat smarter. More than 300 healthy recipes are available that meet MHealthy's Nutrition Guidelines, emphasizing whole grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, lean protein, low fat dairy and healthy fats. Create a user profile to store your favorite recipes, favorite ingredients, food allergies, and more. Browse recipes.
Eating with Michigan Dining is all about convenience. Many of our retail locations feature mobile ordering with the GET food app. Available for iOS and Android devices, it's the easiest way to eat on campus. Blue Bucks, Dining Dollars, and credit cards are all accepted! Download GET. Order online. Skip the line. Learn more.
Food Gatherers is an anti-hunger program that serves Washtenaw County and has a large network of partners to provide direct food assistance to community members. Learn more.
The Maize and Blue Cupboard food pantry provides U-M faculty, staff and students that have an immediate need with healthy, nutritious, and nourishing food and the ability to prepare it for themselves or others.
The Maize and Blue Cupboard’s mission is to ensure that no one goes without at U-M. Learn how you can support the cupboard through food or monetary donations or by volunteering your time.