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Believe it or not, the holidays are right around the corner. Whether you will be attending family reunions or having a more intimate setting there is one thing that both have in common. That is sitting down to enjoy some delicious food.

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When choosing meat for your summer cookout, the various labels on the packaging can seem a little overwhelming. One of the label claims that people often see is grass-fed beef. At first glance, this seems like a straightforward claim. But what does it really mean?

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Union County is excited to welcome Judith Garcia as our new Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program educator, otherwise known as EFNEP. If you’re not familiar with EFNEP, EFNEP offers free nutrition classes to help families and youth cook healthy meals at home, be more active, save mon…

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CHARLOTTE — One in five children in North Carolina face hunger. As part of its commitment to addressing food insecurity throughout the Charlotte region, Atrium Health is continuing to offer summer nutrition programs in Mecklenburg, Union, Cabarrus, Lincoln and Stanly counties. This is the 5t…

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MONROE — For a second Tuesday in a row, more than 1,000 food boxes were given out to residents in need this week. The boxes, distributed at Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church (503 Maurice Street), are donated by Produce Alliance and are the result of a partnership between the church, Produc…

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INDIAN TRAIL — Common Heart’s food pantries received 5,254 pounds of nonperishable from four local Boy Scout troops who chose the nonprofit as the recipient for their annual Scouting for Food collection. That’s enough to provide a week’s worth of food to 155 local struggling families!