MERCED, Calif., July 30, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The PEACH (People Eating and Cooking Healthy) Program,
The objective of the PEACH Program
Through a community-based approach to nutrition education and healthy food environments, the PEACH program will work to improve food access and teach lifelong nutrition skills in lower income communities and empower SNAP-eligible individuals, families, children and communities to live a healthy life.
The PEACH Program outcomes will include:
Merced County Food Bank's Executive Director Bill Gibbs said "The Peach Program is modeled after a very successful like-named project at The Food Trust – based in Philadelphia. All of the consortium partners have been providing nutrition education and food services through independent projects. Over the last few months, we have been discussing hunger needs in the community and how we can all integrate our resources to help improve the health and well-being of our program participants.
We are all very enthusiastic about the PEACH Program and the positive impact it will have on our community.
This pilot project will start at some of our current food distribution sites and will expand as we gather funds and resources".
For more information about the Merced County Food Bank please visit www.mmcfb.org
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SOURCE Merced County Food Bank
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