The Supplemental Food and Nutrition Program (SNAP) is a federal program that gives people money that can be used at grocery stores and other locations to buy food.
Food pantries provide free food for those in need, which could include yourself and your family. In this article, we will discuss basic information you need to know about food pantries.
Eating healthy on a limited budget can be quite challenging. On average, a single person will only receive $30/week in SNAP dollars (if eligible). This may not seem like a huge amount, but by carefully navigating the grocery store, you can use your SNAP dollars to purchase a month’s worth of healthy foods. This article will provide you with some tips on how to do this.
Don't have much of a kitchen? No time to cook? Well, you can still eat healthy! Here are a few simple recipes, and all you need is a knife or a microwave.
Living without a fridge? No problem! Here are some tips for preparing and storing food to make it last longer.