When well-meaning donors drop off food at banks for those in need, sometimes they do not realize the nutritional value of that donation can affect the health of a family.
Donations may have a lower-than-ideal nutritional content because donors do not know better or because they believe the less healthy option is more affordable, said Ginny Hinton, Family and Consumer Sciences faculty at the Santa Rosa UF/IFAS Extension office.
Read the full article in the Aug. 1 issue of Navarre Press.
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