Newsletters

food bank photo Indiana’s Emergency Food Resource Network newsletter is published bi-monthly with the supplemental insert published every other newsletter. The purpose is to provide nutrition and food safety information to staff and volunteers of emergency feeding programs in order to provide clients with the safest, most nutritious food possible. This newsletter is created by the Cooperative Extension Service staff in the Department of Nutrition Science at Purdue University, with funding provided in support of USDA TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program).

Please send your comments, suggestions and/or questions to:
Indiana’s Emergency Food Resource Network Program
Department of Nutrition Science, Stone Hall
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907-1264
Phone: (765) 496-0270
Fax: (765) 496-9606
E-mail: nmehas@purdue.edu

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Dates, times and locations of the mobiles in Hamilton Co for June and July

Date Time
June 5 Noblesville Hamilton County Fairgrounds 2003 Pleasant Street Noblesville 10a-12noon
June 12 Hamilton Heights High School 25802 State Rd 19 Arcadia 4p-6p
June 19 Sheridan Marian Adan High School 2024185 Hensley Rd Sheridan 4p-6p
July 10 Noblesville Hamilton County Fairgrounds 10a-12noon
Hamilton Heights High School 25802 State Rd 19 Arcadia 4p-6p
July 24 Sheridan Marian Adan High School 2024185 Hensley Rd Sheridan 4p-6p
Check out our NEW Indian themed food demonstration videos in the video library! Michelle Singleton, Purdue University Registered Dietitian and Assistant Director of Nutrition Education Program at the Co-Recreational Center, created a video on how to prepare newsletter recipes, Comfort Foods Redesigned: Spinach Mac & Cheese. Enjoy!

Did you miss the last IEFRN webinar about using the database and its resources? Review the recording here.

Curious about Food Policy Councils? This Purdue article by Dr. Heather A. Eicher-Miller and Briana Eicher examines the background, opportunities, and policy implications.

Help us update our database! We are currently calling all database members to update information, so you may receive a call from us sometime over the next few months. Remember that you can always update your own information online by creating a free account.