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On June 12, 2017 Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (Fresno EOC) Food Services launched their Summer Food Service Program throughout Fresno County. Last year we had 60 summer feeding sites and this year we expanded to 105 sites! According to California Food Policy Advocates 2016 data, 84,000 children in Fresno County live in poverty. For the first time in our history, we are able to provide meals at all of Fresno EOC’s five Women, Infant and Children (WIC) sites with Dietetic…

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Fresno EOC Food Services is providing no-cost meals to youth in the community through its Summer Food Services Program (SFSP). This year though, Fresno EOC Food Services is adding something new. Pop-up Mobile Meal feeding sites have been added to provide meals to the kids who can’t make it to stationary sites, like libraries and community centers, to have access to the free meals. Buses, vans, and box trucks will be used to deliver and set up these sites. Mobile Meal sites will…

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For some kids, the only healthy meal they may consume is a meal offered at school during the academic year. With summer around the corner, Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (Fresno EOC) Food Services is getting ready to provide no-cost meals to youth in the community through its Summer Food Services Program. According to California Food Policy Advocates’ 2016 Fresno County Nutrition and Food Insecurity Profile, 84,166 kids residing in Fresno County fall into a summer nutrition gap…

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