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Got Nutrition Facts?

Got Nutrition Facts?

You may have noticed changes to the nutrition labels on most foods. We view this label, and the recent changes, as a wonderful tool for us, the consumers, to use when choosing foods to meet our health goals. While there are several updates to the label, two stand out.

Farmer’s Market Shopping Tips

Farmer’s Market Shopping Tips

There are many benefits to shopping local, including supporting your local economy and accessing produce at the peak of freshness! However, shopping at a farmer’s market can sometimes be daunting, especially for first-time market-goers. Here are some tips for how to shop savvy at your next visit!

Georgians can now shop online with SNAP

Georgians can now shop online with SNAP

For the first time, Georgia Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants will be able to select and pay for their groceries online.

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Have A Peachy Summer!

Have A Peachy Summer!

It’s summertime in “the Peach State,” and what better way to celebrate than by enjoying the official fruit of Georgia! While peaches are easy to appreciate on their own, they can also be used in a variety of dishes to add color, texture, and brightness. If you are looking for new and creative ways to […]

5 meals straight from your pantry

5 meals straight from your pantry

Sometimes everything we need for a meal is right in our pantry. Here are 5 easy meal ideas inspired by pantry staples that you might already have in your cupboard.

Featured Recipes: 5 Ingredients Or Less

Featured Recipes: 5 Ingredients Or Less

Make mealtime a little bit easier by trying one of these recipes that require 5 ingredients or less. Be sure to catch the suggestions below for how to substitute alternative ingredients to make whipping up a home-cooked meal fast!

Stay Smart When Ordering Takeout and Delivery

Stay Smart When Ordering Takeout and Delivery

With social distancing guidelines extended at least through the end of April, shoppers are relying heavily on food delivery and takeout businesses. While current evidence suggests you cannot get coronavirus from food, you may wonder how to keep your household safe. [1] Here are tips to stay healthy!

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