IFFS believes Nutrition Education is crucial to empowering people to meet their own food needs and growing a just and sustainable local food system that feeds everyone healthy, nutritious food.
You may know IFFS as a Triangle organization, but our Nutrition Education department reaches from Boone to Morehead City - thanks to Satellite Partners!
"My greatest reward is when the cooking class participants try something new and like it."
Jill writes her thanks to IFFS volunteers, new data from Feeding America, Q&A with ED Dave Koch, new classroom dedicated, Recipe of the Month...and more!
Our 2014 Growing Report infographic illustrates the true difference made by our volunteers, donors, staff, and partners in the fight against hunger.
We learned how to scan product labels for healthy ingredients, how to compare unit costs, and how to meet our nutrition needs on a $10 budget.
IFFS's Nutrition Educators & Childhood Hunger Programs Manager, Kyle Abrams, shared the #HungerFreeNC philosophy at NC's 'No Kid Hungry' Conference.
Hunger in America comes from a lack of nutritious foods, not just a lack of food in general. That's where IFFS’s Nutrition Education division steps in.
IFFS’s Nutrition Educators celebrated Food Day 2014 by leading Cooking Matters at the Store tours & demonstrating how to shop healthy on a limited budget.