To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see if they sponsor backpack or grocery bag programs. Check online for organizations such as food pantries, food banks, and soup kitchens that collect food in your area.
Some items on the list above include: taco kit, red cabbage, coconut milk tofu, canned pumpkin, fresh mozzarella, quinoa, sponges, eggs, ricotta, granola, yogurts, parmesan, elbow noodles, cheddar, greek yogurt, parsley, peanut oil, lasagna noodles, zucchini, soup, ginger, radishes
This list is actually a master list (on the left) and the weekly list (on the right). The numbers indicate what aisle the items can be found. This list has been used for many years so the aisle indicators are not related to Covid style shopping.