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Steps for Getting Started Using SWAP in Your Food Bank

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SWAP (Supporting Wellness at Pantries) was developed in 2016 and revised in 2020 to align with the HER Nutrition Guidelines. SWAP is a series of tools and resources to help food banks and pantries operationalize the HER Nutrition Guidelines. This resource outlines steps for using SWAP in a food bank, the result of a year’s long pilot with eight food banks around the country who were implementing SWAP in their food banks.

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2 responses to “Steps for Getting Started Using SWAP in Your Food Bank”

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    I think this service is great. Im 63 years old and without it I would not bae able 2 get some fresh fruits and veggies, Or good meat. I have been on it and still hsve my Ohio food card, and was reciving them up until the end of the yesr. I also try making a trip at my local church at Eagelville Bible Church, 2 help.out as well, i get some of the staples like toilet paper, paper toeels, soap tooth paste, kleenex, etc……

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