INTO students volunteer for Facing Hunger Foodbank

Some places in West Virginia lack access to fresh meat and vegetables, forcing them to buy more processed foods, a Marshall University instructor said yesterday.

INTO instructor Lindsay Anderson has been teaching a class about food insecurity, food deserts and the importance of becoming involved to solve these issues.

Anderson and her INTO class went to Facing Hunger Foodbank Tuesday to package and box meat that will be sent out to seventeen counties in West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio, Anderson said…read more


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