Nutrition website

Good Shepherd Food Bank Launches New Website

AUBURN – The Good Shepherd Food Bank is launched nutritionforme.orga one-stop online resource for finding simple, nutritious and easy-to-prepare recipes using everyday ingredients.

Created by the Food Bank’s nutrition and education team, the site allows users to search through hundreds of recipes to see what they can do with items in their pantries, cupboards and refrigerators. Many recipes include ingredients distributed by the food bank’s network of over 500 partner organizations.

“The food bank’s Cooking Matters program allows individuals and families to stretch their food budgets to create healthy meals,” Courtney Kennedy, the food bank’s nutrition and education manager, said in a statement. release from the anti-hunger organization. “Since 1993, we have offered hands-on cooking and nutrition classes led by professional chefs and volunteer nutritionists. bridges the gap between our classes and cooking at home, when the participant has ingredients but doesn’t know what to do with them.

Easy-to-follow recipes are approved by the Food Bank’s nutrition and education team. The site is a valuable resource for anyone looking for meal ideas, including featured seasonal dishes that spin on the homepage. Some recipes offer how-to videos, and all have nutrition labels to help users make the best possible choices for their health and that of their family. Once on the recipe page, there are options for a printable version of the recipe and sharing the recipe on social media sites.

Users interested in submitting an affordable and easy-to-prepare recipe can do so by clicking the Suggest a Recipe button on the site and filling in the necessary information for submission.

“ is an essential resource to help increase access to healthy food in our state. We know nutrition education is key to reducing the impact of hunger on the lives of our neighbors,” said Kristen Miale, Food Bank President The Food Bank’s Campaign to End Hunger in Maine aims to ensure that all Mainers have access to the nutritious food they need to thrive, when and where they need it. by 2025.

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