Unhealthy diet and lack of activity is the main cause of obesity, cardiovascular, diabetes and other chronic diseases. To reduce mortality or morbidity, World Health Organization (WHO) 2004 proposed strategies to promote healthy eating and active to prevent the occurrence of non-communicable chronic diseases. Palauan suffer from obesity, chronic diseases such as Diabetes, Hypertension. They prefer eating more sugar, salt and fat foods less than fruits and vegetables, and favor unhealthy foods such as frying food, and sweetened soft drinks. Our goal wound to understand food supply in school lunch, hospital and restaurant. Diet culture, food purchasable or barrier in environment was our research also. Nutrition survey focus on primary school, collage, hospital meals service, supermarket, grocery store and restaurant’s food supply, weighted food record assessed nutrients and calories. Result was too much canned or processed foods and less vegetable and fruit in school lunch. Restaurant service too much meat and rice over body needs and more fried food in particularly. In conclusions, making fruits and vegetables acceptable, attainable and affordable in public, changing the dietary habit are crucial to improve the situation in Palau. The government should adopt strategies and develop policies in nutrition and healthy diet immediately.