Six Nations Community Food Bank
20 Cao Lane, Box 209
Ohsweken, ON  N0A 1M0
Striving to meet the short-term
need for food, and to find 
 long-term solutions to end
hunger within our

Food Guide

Canada's first food guide, the Official Food Rules, was introduced to the public in July 1942. This guide acknowledged wartime food rationing, while endeavoring to prevent nutritional deficiencies and to improve the health of Canadians. Since 1942, the food guide has been transformed many times - it has adopted new names, new looks, and new messages, yet has never wavered from its original purpose of guiding food selection and promoting the nutritional health of Canadians.

My Food Guide Servings Tracker

Are you on the right track?  Print the My Food Guide Servings Tracker and use it to keep track of the amount and type of food you eat each day.  Compare it to recommendations in Canada's Food Guide. Click here for more information.

Interactive Food Guide

My Food Guide is an interactive tool that customizes Canada's Food Guide just for you.

It helps you:
  • learn how many Food Guide servings you need to eat from each of the four food groups
  • choose your favourite types of food from each food group
  • see how much food is in one Food Guide Serving
  • choose physical activities you enjoy

Creating your personalized Guide takes about five minutes.  you can then print it and stick it on your fridge for quick and easy reference!  Create your personalied Guide.

Food Guide for First Nations, Inuit & Metis

Moose stew?  Char?  Blueberries?  Bannock? For the first time, a national food guide has been created which reflects the values, traditions and food choices of First Nations, Inuit and Metis.

This new tailored food guide includes both traditional foods and store-bought foods that are generally available, affordable and accessible across Canada and provides unique images and content.  Download the Guide here.