Farm to fork

Farm to fork

Sacramento food bank changes lives by partnering with local farmers
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Greg Norrish, left, discusses the growing of carrots during a home gardening seminar at the Sacramento Food Bank in Sacramento, Calif. Along with distributing food to low-income clients, the food bank provides seminars, soil, plants and tools for people to organically grow their own vegetables at home.
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Nutritional and cooking information is provided for potatoes to be distributed at the Sacramento Food Bank in Sacramento, Calif. The Sacramento Food Bank is one of the nations’ first farm-to-fork food banks using local growers to provide healthier food to its clients in a farmers-market atmosphere.
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Carl Cupler looks over food items to be distributed at a Sacramento Food Bank event in Sacramento, Calif. Cupler is one of the thousands that “shop” at the farmers-market-style food distribution events.
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Sacramento Food Bank volunteer Karen Bishop stacks cartons of eggs for distribution in Sacramento, Calif. Much of the food distributed comes from the same local farms that supply high-end restaurants.
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Lourdes Morales and her son, David Bendezo, 6, examine tomatoes while attending a home gardening seminar at the Sacramento Food Bank in Sacramento, Calif. Many food bank clients live in food deserts with no access to grocery stores or farmers markets.
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