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Weinberg Food Bank

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Nutritious food, clean water, warmth and protection are essentials most of us take for granted. For families living in poverty, children cannot develop properly or pay attention in school. They stand little chance of reaching their potential. Tonight we find out the benefits of fresh produce and characterize the problem of food waste in our region.

Stay Tuned Weinberg Food Bank Find out how fresh food can help children in our region reach their potential.

 

Watch the full interview with Nutritionist Gretchen Hunt:

Stay Tuned Gretchen Hunt Interview Interview with Gretchen Hunt, Nutritionist at the Center of Economic Opportunity

 

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