San Diego Food Bank Blog

Pumpkins: Not just for carving!

From Pumpkin Spice Lattes to jack-o’-lanterns, it’s hard to escape the pumpkin madness that comes around each fall. Although many people are familiar with pumpkins in the form of sweet treats (think pumpkin pie!) and festive décor, not everyone is aware of the many health benefits of this versatile vegetable. The beloved orange squash is…

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September is also Better Breakfast Month!

As you know, September is nationally recognized as Hunger Action Month. But did you know that it’s also Better Breakfast Month? You’ve heard it said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet so many of us skip this meal due to busy schedules and lack of time. Others skip it because…

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Second Annual Day of Service Event

On Wednesday, September 11th, the Food Bank will host more than twenty-five members of the United States Navy for the second annual Day of Service event. The event will begin with a few words of thanks from Jim Floros, the Food Bank’s CEO, along with a moment of silence for the lives lost twelve years…

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September is Hunger Action Month!

September is nationally recognized as Hunger Action Month. Although the Food Bank and our nonprofit partners work diligently to relieve hunger on a daily basis, the month of September allows us to spotlight the issue of food insecurity and provide the public with tangible ways to get involved.  In San Diego County alone, more than…

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A sweet (and healthy!) donation

Thanks to a generous donation from Golden State Fruit and Provide Commerce, the Food Bank was able to distribute more than 35,000 pounds of pears into the community this month. This donation is aligned with the Food Bank’s commitment to providing nutritious foods to food insecure San Diegans. Pears are an excellent source of fiber,…

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