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October 18, 2016 •

New food pantry at Raleigh high school serves hungry students

New food pantries opening in five Wake County high schools this month will make sure students aren’t hungry during non-school hours. Over 56,000 students at… Read the Full Story Here▸

October 14, 2016 •

Durham food hub connects local farmers to local consumers

With the rise in farm-to-table restaurants and produce delivery services, demand is growing for local food. A Durham group says there’s a gap between local… Read the Full Story Here▸

October 14, 2016 • The News & Observer

Enjoying muscadine picking and sipping

BY AMBER NIMOCKS The thing about muscadine grapes is that they just smell so good. When you hold a handful of fresh muscadines in your… Read the Full Story Here▸

October 10, 2016 • The News & Observer

More Wake County high schools get food pantries

RALEIGH Wake County is partnering with the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle to create food pantries at five high schools where more than half the students receive… Read the Full Story Here▸

September 10, 2016 • Time Warner Cable News

Giving Back: The Food Drive Kid

RALEIGH — Comic book superheroes may be known for fighting crime, but a real life super kid in our state is caught in big battle… Read the Full Story Here▸

September 1, 2016 • The News & Observer

Activists salvage $2,000 in food from Raleigh trash bins

For two nights, a handful of food activists scoured the trash bins of roughly a dozen Raleigh retail stores – Food Lion, CVS, Aldi, Rite… Read the Full Story Here▸

Julie Cox
August 29, 2016 • Go Ask Mom

From Food Shuttle Volunteer to staffer, Raleigh mom finds career helping kids.

In her former life, Julie Cox was a television news writer and producer, managing the news and public affairs unit at UNC-TV. After her daughter… Read the Full Story Here▸

Jill Staton Bullard
August 2, 2016 • NC Policy Watch

Jill Staton Bullard discusses 27 years of fighting hunger in NC

LISTEN: Jill Staton Bullard, co-founder of the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, discusses 27 years of fighting hunger in North Carolina Read the Full Story Here▸

WakeMed Farmer' Market Shaniqua “Shonny” Lyons and family
July 21, 2016 • WakeMed

For Shonny Lyons, WakeMed Farmers Market Delivers

The Lyons family has been coming to the WakeMed Farmers Market for two years because it offers food desert residents access to fresh, locally grown produce. Read the Full Story Here▸

Cindy Sink and the "Mobile Tastiness Machine"
July 18, 2016 • Midtown Magazine

Relieving Hunger, Reclaiming Health

Today IFFS has grown into a thriving enterprise, with a tagline of ‘We feed, we teach, we grow’ structuring programs and services. Read the Full Story Here▸

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