Just Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables

The Community Food Bank of NJ wants you to "Just Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables!"

In these workshops you will learn about meal planning, shopping on a budget, food safety, the nutrition facts label, how to store fruits and vegetables and so much more. Classes will be taught bilingually by SNAP-Ed Nutrition Educators Ashley Policastro and Cecilia Gomez.

  • 9/3/2020: Cooking Matters at the Store
  • 9/10/2020: Fruits and Vegetables
  • 9/17/2020: MyPlate
  • 9/24/2020: Stretching Food Dollars
  • 10/1/2020: Food Safety
  • 10/8/2020: Fiber
  • 10/15/2020: Portion Sizes
  • 10/22/2020: Meal Planning
  • 10/29/2020: Beans
  • 11/5/2020: Nutrition Facts Label
  • 11/12/2020: Healthy Beverages
  • 11/19/2020: Physical Activity
  • 12/3/2020: Shopping at a Farmers Market
  • 12/10/2020: Storing Fruits and Vegetables 

LOCATION

The class will be held on the Plainfield Public Library's Zoom account. To register please visit:  http://ow.ly/MtaQ50B8tTN

CONTACT/REGISTRATION

rsvp@plfdpl.info, 908-757-1111 x132

Contact Information
  1. Reference Desk
  2. 908-757-1111 x112
  3. rsvp@plfdpl.info
Thu, September 17
6:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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The Community Food Bank of NJ wants you to "Just Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables!"

In these workshops you will learn about meal planning, shopping on a budget, food safety, the nutrition facts label, how to store fruits and vegetables and so much more. Classes will be taught bilingually by SNAP-Ed Nutrition Educators Ashley Policastro and Cecilia Gomez.

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