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The U.S. Department of Agriculture offers a nationwide program to help people who are struggling with food insecurity. The national name for the program is Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). In Michigan, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services oversees SNAP.
This week’s Food Savvy Friday highlights the benefits of eating foods grown locally and seasonally!
The Dean of Students Office in partnership with the Maize & Blue Cupboard will be hosting an informational session on SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits and the adjusted requirements for college student participation due to the pandemic on Wednesday, May 26 at 4pm.
What is the difference between healthy and unhealthy fats, and do you know which ones you consume? This post will discuss the types of fats and the roles they play in our diet.
Description: Different types of vertical farming have caught the attention of many scientists and leaders across the world, and are seen as possible solutions to the growing accessibility and environmental issues that currently threaten the world and its future.
The Living Below the Line challenge encourages food secure individuals to temporarily experience the challenges of 34 million Americans who suffer from food insecurity and malnutrition due to poverty.
This blog post explores kombucha, a highly coveted beverage in the health and wellness community. Learn about its nutritional contents and whether or not it’s good for you.