Food is both a necessity and "a topic of endless discussion." Readers interested in food production and selection, from agriculture to nutrition, may enjoy this resource. The Canada Agriculture and Food Museum's Food for Health portal is packed full of interesting content, from practical tips like how to read a food label to a historical look at the evolution of food safety. The portal is divided into five sections: Food and Farming, Labels and Packaging, Food Safety, Health and Nutrition, and Food for Thought. Of course, the Food and Farming section is particularly on theme. Here, readers can explore various agricultural models, browse planting tools, and introduce themselves to biotechnology and other aspects of agricultural science. Educators and caregivers will also want to scroll to the bottom of the portal and click on the "For Teachers" link, which pulls up lesson plans and activities for young learners. Food for Health is funded by Nestle, the Government of Canada, and Bernardin. The site can also be accessed in French, using the button in the top right corner.