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With the U.S. economy’s downturn due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and people looking for safer dining alternatives, many have been experimenting with meal kit delivery services.
March is National Frozen Food Month, an opportunity to consider ways of preparing food other than the conventional methods.
In Tahlequah, Virginia’s Chicken Store offers an assortment of frozen goods for lower prices than most places, and owner Dennis Mounce said the products taste better, too. After he and his wife, Virginia, worked for his parents’ frozen food store in Roland about 20 years ago, the couple opened a location in Muskogee and Broken
Ruben Diaz loves his job as a chef and manager at Masbia, a soup kitchen and food pantry, offering both meals and food to New Yorkers. But his line of work also means he’s regularly in contact with the hundreds of people the non-profit serves per day.
“Every day we are exposed 24 hours because we are open here 24 hours,” he said.
HIGH POINT, N.C. — Growing High Point is continuing its fight against food insecurity by kicking off a new program.
Multiple foundations, community groups and the City of High Point stepped up to convert a library bookmobile into the “Growdega.”
Willa Mays is the executive director of Growing High Point.
Mays explained what a “Growdega” is.
“By bringing food into the communities, they have the opportunity to purchase fresh, healthy food. It’s a great benefit,” Mays said.
“Growdega” is a takeoff of the Spanish word “Bodega.”
A bodega is a small family operated convenience store that sells food and household