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    spinnato posted:
    I have a great resource for helping families stretch their food dollars. The organization is called Angel Food Ministries http://www.angelfoodministries.com/Default.asp and it is open to anyone, no income restrictions at all. Each month, they put out a menu and you can order whatever packages you like. I've ordered many times and the stuff is good, high quality. You can order online and pay with your card or FS benefits then pick up your order on the date given.

    Maybe some of you will find this useful. We sure do!!
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