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Monthly Archives: February 2014

March is National Nutrition Month: Eating right for a healthy life

Connecticut Food Bank is recognizing National Nutrition Month this March in honor of the more than 520,000 people in Connecticut that lack access at times to enough food for an active, healthy life.  This year’s campaign theme is Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right. Food insecurity in itself has serious health consequences for children as well as adults. Children […]

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Needy families making tough choices

Jo-Ann, an unemployed single mother from New Haven, and her two teenage children have always tried to eat healthy. But eating nutritious foods has become more of a challenge since November 1, 2013. That’s when the family experienced a $36 a month cut to their monthly SNAP (food stamp) budget due to the end of […]

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Young anti-hunger advocates surpass expectations

Thanks to Trumbull’s Academically Gifted (TAG) fifth-grade students, Connecticut Food Bank can distribute approximately 9,300 more meals to low-income families in Connecticut! Since September, the students partnered with us on a service learning project about hunger in Connecticut.   According to TAG program leaders, service learning provides students with the opportunity to make a difference in […]

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