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Healthy Grocery List
Below are some examples of healthy foods to buy at the grocery store.
Use the small columns to put in the amounts you need. Add other healthy foods
you like that are not listed. Use the
Weekly Menu Planner
to help plan your grocery list.
If using recipes, add the ingredients you need to the list.
Date: _______________
Milk and
Meat and
Vegetables and Fruit
Oils and Fats
Alternatives
Alternatives
Vegetables
Fruits
Canned milk
Beef
Mayonnaise
Broccoli
Apples
Cheese
Chicken
Salad dressing
Cabbages
Bananas
Fortified soy
Chickpeas
Soft non-
Canned
Blueberries
beverage
Eggs
hydrogenated
tomatoes
Dried fruit
Kefir
Fish (e.g., fresh
margarine
Canned
Grapefruits
Milk
salmon or canned
Vegetable oil
vegetables
Grapes
Skim milk
light tuna)
Carrots
Kiwis
powder
Ground beef
Corn
Melons
Yogurt
Ground turkey
Green beans
Oranges
Kidney/black
Other Items
Greens
Peaches
beans
Mushrooms
Pears
Meatless ground
Chili powder
Onions
Plums
round
Garlic
Peppers
Raisins
Nut butter
Lemon juice
Grain Products
Tomato sauce
Raspberries
Nuts
Parsley
Tomatoes
100% whole
Peanut butter
Pepper
Turnips
grain bread
Pork
Pudding mix
Bran cereal
Seeds
Vinegar
Brown rice
Tofu
Bulgur
Chapatti/roti
Couscous
Flat breads
Oatmeal
Pitas
Popcorn kernels
Pot barley
Quinoa
Whole grain
Frozen Vegetables
Frozen Fruit
cereal
Corn
Berries
Whole grain
crackers
Edamame
Mangoes
Frozen Meat and
Cleaning/
Alternatives
Paper Supplies
(soy beans)
Mixed fruit
Whole grain
Mixed
pasta
Fish (e.g., basa,
vegetables
Whole grain
tilapia)
tortillas
Peas
Shrimp
Developed by Registered Dietitians 2016
Healthy Grocery List
Below are some examples of healthy foods to buy at the grocery store.
Use the small columns to put in the amounts you need. Add other healthy foods
you like that are not listed. Use the
Weekly Menu Planner
to help plan your grocery list.
If using recipes, add the ingredients you need to the list.
Date: _______________
Milk and
Meat and
Vegetables and Fruit
Oils and Fats
Alternatives
Alternatives
Vegetables
Fruits
Canned milk
Beef
Mayonnaise
Broccoli
Apples
Cheese
Chicken
Salad dressing
Cabbages
Bananas
Fortified soy
Chickpeas
Soft non-
Canned
Blueberries
beverage
Eggs
hydrogenated
tomatoes
Dried fruit
Kefir
Fish (e.g., fresh
margarine
Canned
Grapefruits
Milk
salmon or canned
Vegetable oil
vegetables
Grapes
Skim milk
light tuna)
Carrots
Kiwis
powder
Ground beef
Corn
Melons
Yogurt
Ground turkey
Green beans
Oranges
Kidney/black
Other Items
Greens
Peaches
beans
Mushrooms
Pears
Meatless ground
Chili powder
Onions
Plums
round
Garlic
Peppers
Raisins
Nut butter
Lemon juice
Grain Products
Tomato sauce
Raspberries
Nuts
Parsley
Tomatoes
100% whole
Peanut butter
Pepper
Turnips
grain bread
Pork
Pudding mix
Bran cereal
Seeds
Vinegar
Brown rice
Tofu
Bulgur
Chapatti/roti
Couscous
Flat breads
Oatmeal
Pitas
Popcorn kernels
Pot barley
Quinoa
Whole grain
Frozen Vegetables
Frozen Fruit
cereal
Corn
Berries
Whole grain
crackers
Edamame
Mangoes
Frozen Meat and
Cleaning/
Alternatives
Paper Supplies
(soy beans)
Mixed fruit
Whole grain
Mixed
pasta
Fish (e.g., basa,
vegetables
Whole grain
tilapia)
tortillas
Peas
Shrimp
Developed by Registered Dietitians 2016