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Summer Food Reading

Summertime, and the readin’ is easy… Now that the kids are out of school and the schedule’s a little more relaxed, we’ve had some time to check out a few good food reads that we wanted to share. Some of our recent favorites include: You Have No Idea You’re Eating…: You might want to check […]

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Day of Silence

 

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October #Unprocessed

Can you imagine what life would be like without any processed food in your diet? Sure, you might have to cook more, but you’d almost certainly be eating healthier and feeling better. And given that October is now the unofficial start of the unhealthy eating season, what better time than now to take the October […]

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No Vacation From Hunger

No Vacation From Hunger

School’s out, and for most kids, an entire summer of free-wheeling fun lies ahead. But for many children who rely on the National School Lunch Program during the school year, summer brings an end to those lunches and their families cannot fill the gap. For those kids, sadly, summer is a time of hunger. How big is the problem? […]

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Protect SNAP Funding

Protect SNAP Funding

Did your kids eat three good meals today? If so, consider them lucky. Hunger is an epidemic in this country, and as many as 1 in 5 kids don’t get enough to eat. Kids and families who suffer from hunger do have an important safety net: SNAP (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), the federally funded food program formerly […]

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Hunger Hits Home

Childhood hunger: Is it something that only “other people” suffer from? Hardly. In fact, according to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, more 16 million kids in the United States live in families that struggle to put food on the table. That’s an astonishing 1 out of every 5 kids. In recognition of this enormous problem, the Food […]

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