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September is Hunger Action Month

For Hunger Action Month® this September, FIND Food Bank will join Feeding America and 200 network food banks to inspire people to take action and raise awareness of locals in the Coachella Valley and Hi-Desert facing food insecurity.

The pandemic showed us how many American families are left hungry....

According to the USDA, 38 million Americans don’t have enough food to eat. Nearly a third of those are children. Black families are three times as likely as whites to experience what experts call “food insecurity” — not knowing where your next meal will come from. One in six Hispanic households are short on food, compared to one in 10 nationally. 

Top 5 Most Popular Fried Chicken Restaurants in Moreno Valley, California

Have you ever tried soft Korean fried wings? If you have, then be happy because it is quite rare for a person who lives in Moreno City to try this great delight. Saucy Korean fried chicken is now common in the USA, but this restaurant has unique soft fried wings.

Not All Dietary Fiber is Created Equal: Cereal Fiber Is Linked...

Researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and colleagues evaluated whether dietary fiber intake was associated with a decrease in inflammation in older adults, and if fiber was inversely related to cardiovascular disease.

Riverside Just Got More Flavorful As The Habit Burger Grill Opens...

The Habit Burger Grill, the California-based restaurant company renowned for its award-winning Charburgers grilled over an open flame, signature sandwiches, fresh-cut salads and more announces the grand opening of a new location in North Corona.

Feeding America® Provides Produce for Families in Need With Support From...

As part of its commitment to help create healthier generations, The Walt Disney Company has made a contribution to Feeding America® to support efforts to source more produce and increase the number of nutritious meals provided to children and families who need it most.

What Does the Changing Climate Mean for Food Security?

Best-selling author and climate activist Bill McKibben joined Columbia Mailman professor Lew Ziska for a conversation about the threat of climate change on global food security. The conversation was moderated by Alfredo Morabia, editor of the American Journal of Public Health and professor of epidemiology.


When you find a good thing, don't change it for something not tried and proven. The Hemet American Legion Post 53 has jumped onto the tried and proven way to make money without begging for donations from its community.

Carla Hall Shares Fun and Tasty Carrot Recipes Perfect for Spring

To celebrate spring, Carla Hall, renowned chef, author, and television host, offers two delicious recipes that make carrots the star ingredient of the season.

Food program gives extra help to Riverside County residents

CalFresh, the state program that provides nutritious food to low-income individuals and families, is providing extra help to some local residents that have been hurt by COVID-19.