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Meal Planning

  1. Food and Nutrition

    Eat Smart Idaho provides nutrition and physical activity education for low-income Idahoans.  Participants learn the basics of  quick and healthy meal preparation, smart shopping, food safety, and increased levels of physical activity.

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  2. Food and Nutrition

    The Women, Infants, & Children Program, also known as WIC, helps Idaho families by providing checks to buy healthy foods from local grocery stores.

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  3. Food and Nutrition

    Eligible seniors receive a free monthly food box that includes food, nutrition information, and helpful recipes.

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  4. Food and Nutrition

    Locate the food pantry, senior center, mobile pantry, or feeding site nearest you.

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  5. Food and Nutrition

    Cooking Matters provides cooking classes and in-store shopping tips.

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  6. Food and Nutrition

    The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) promotes health and well-being of children and adults by providing meal and snack reimbursement to eligible child care and adult day cares throughout the State of Idaho.

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  7. Food and Nutrition

    Home delivered meals are nutritious meals that are delivered to homebound seniors aged 60 years or older.

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  8. Food and Nutrition

    Double Your Food Stamps at Farmers Markets! 

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  9. Food and Nutrition

    Congregate meals are nutritious meals that reduce hunger and food insecurity, and promote socialization and well-being for seniors aged 60 years or older.

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