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SNAP Challenge Day 2

“Lunch today was extremely unsatisfying – yogurt with honey and Grape-Nuts. By the time I left work, I was starving and felt light-headed.”

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SNAP Challenge Day 1

“I knew it would be difficult going into it, but already I’ve encountered more challenges than I could have anticipated.”

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Reflections from A World Away: Jericho Way

Jericho Way is a refuge for many people. There is no age limit or any other restriction that could keep someone from getting a warm meal or finding help. The Day Resource Center is run by a nun, Sister Elizabeth Greim and has been in service for over a year.

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Reflections from A World Away

In Germany we have many restrictions and laws for the food industry and the import of goods. Buying unhealthy products—although frowned upon— is definitely possible, but also really obvious. In Germany, it’s hard to find an excuse for unhealthy dietary habits.

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Making Sure Arkansas Kids Start the Day Ready to Learn

Mornings start early for kids at Daisy Bates Elementary school, but not as early as they once did. Before Principal Matt Mellor and Child Nutrition Director Regena English initiated Breakfast in the Classroom ―with assistance from Share Our Strength grant dollars and technical assistance from the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance’s Arkansas No Kid Hungry campaign ― kids had to get to school early to eat breakfast.

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Research Shows that Farm to School Works!

Happy National Farm to School Month! Every October, the USDA Farm to School team is overwhelmed with stories of how farm to school programs are affecting kids, producers, and communities.

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