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Good Food on a Budget

August 17, 2012
Do you promote healthy eating or work with low-income families who are trying to eat well on a budget? Are you looking for a fun, up-to-date, simple yet science-based educational tool for healthy, green and affordable eating that you can share with your clients, friends and families? Do you want to know how its possible to eat well on the cheap?
If so, the Environmental Working Group in collaboration with Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters have a great new resource to share with you. Join the webinar on Wednesday, August 22nd at 9:30 am PT/ 12:30 p.m. ET for the release of Good Food on a Tight Budget, a new practical shopping guide families can use to stretch their food dollar in a healthy sustainable way.

Dial:             (877) 232-9998      
Enter conference code: 3463500787
Click on this link to access slideshow:

Environmental Working Group researchers, in collaboration with Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters and Chef Ann Cooper, created this incredibly useful guide full of the top 100 foods that are delicious, nutritious, clean and green. The guide shows shoppers how to get the best nutritional bang for their buck. It also provides simple tips for eating well, 15 tasty recipes averaging less than $1 a serving, and easy tools for tracking food prices and preparing and planning meals.
Find out how you can use it as an educational tool and resource for your work!
NO RSVP required, but those who do will get an advance copy of the guide. RSVP here:

On Tuesday August 21st, the guide will be available for order or free download at

Ingrid Cheng @fitnesswla
Founder of Fit-Twist

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