Our Main Office

Upper Church Street, St. George's, Grenada

The Grenada Food and Nutrition Council

Our Mandate and

  1. Make recommendations for a National Food and Nutrition Policy.
  2. Monitor food and nutrition programmes throughout the nation.Prepare and evaluate Food and Nutrition projects.
  3. Assist in the implementation of selected projects related to Food and Nutrition.
  4. Assist in the establishment of food quality throughout the food chain in collaboration with responsible agencies.
  5. Serve as a specialized technical resource in the field of Food and Nutrition.
  6. Foster the reduction of the prevalence of nutritional diseases.
  7. Identify, assess and define the Food and Nutrition problems in Grenada, especially among the vulnerable groups.
  8. Provide advisory and coordinating services to various multi-sectoral bodies
  9. Conduct Food & Nutrition related surveys
  10. Provide nutrition counseling
  11. Conduct Food & Nutrition related training programme

Local produce

The quality of food is higher. It’s no secret that locally-grown food tastes better.

Local products

Some of our local products include: Breadfruit Meal, Mango Ketchup, Mango Tortilla Chips & Avocado Ice cream

What We Do

Expert nutrition counselling by a Registered/licensed Dietitian at our office at a cost of $50.00. Contact us to schedule an appointment Individual consultation is provided for many nutritional diseases and conditions.

Daycare and Preschool surveys, geriatric homes assessments , monitoring low birth-weight babies as well as working with vulnerable groups are important parts of this service.  

Innovative methods are used to carryout trainings on the use of locally produced food crops, creation of value-added products and in making our traditional dishes healthier.

Food demonstrations are done at clinics, community events, schools, parent teacher association and new products displays at events such as World Food Day, and AgriBiz Expo

The Council engages in community events across Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, offering training in food preparation, food safety and nutrition topics.

Every month Nutritionists visit clinics across in the various parishes and offer nutrition guidance to people for prevention and management of nutritional diseases.

Workshops are carried out to teach nutrition and health topics in person and virtually.