San Diego Food Bank Blog

Nutrition Notes: On the Go? Make Loaded Toast!

If you’re usually on the run and skipping breakfast, worry no more because here are a few simple recipes that will leave you feeling full in no time. Loaded toast is quick and easy, and topped with heart healthy fats and fiber. You can eat it for breakfast or lunch. The beautiful thing about it…

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North County Food Bank partners with A Taste of Oceanside!

by Chad Deal, Development Assistant Five or ten years ago, the idea of heading to Oceanside for a nice dinner and drinks would have been met with shrugs, if not scoffs. The waterfront military enclave was home to little more than a handful of quirky dives and late-night Randoberto’s, and locals would inevitably find themselves…

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Hunger Awareness Month: Hunger Among College Students

September is Hunger Awareness Month and all across the country, hunger-relief organizations and their supporters are working to provide information to their communities about the long-term effects food insecurity can have on our neighbors. Many would be surprised to find out that food insecurity among college students is on the rise – risking their return…

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Hunger Awareness Month: Hunger Among Seniors Living on a Fixed Income

September is Hunger Awareness Month and all across the country, hunger-relief organizations and their supporters are working to provide information to their communities about the long-term effects food insecurity can have on our children, seniors, and families. It is no surprise that food insecurity can be detrimental and even dangerous for our seniors. According to…

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Hunger Awareness Month:
The Harmful Effects of Child Hunger and Solutions for Change

September is Hunger Awareness Month and all across the country, hunger-relief organizations and their supporters are working to provide information to their communities about the long-term effects food insecurity can have on our children, seniors, and families. One in five children in San Diego County are food insecure, and studies are clear that this results…

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