Families may choose from five food bag options tailored to various cultural dietary preferences or situational needs. Our food bags contain 4-5 pounds of good food that is nutritious, delicious, and relevant, providing approximately four meals. Each food bag is individually packed by volunteers with a variety of shelf-stable fruits, vegetables, proteins, and grains.
Tailored for East African dietary preferences, this bag is pork-free and may contain items such as tuna, spaghetti, black-eyed peas, corn flour, fava beans, and tomato products.
Tailored to offer the widest variety of food items, this bag may contain items such as chicken, tuna, pasta, rice, mac and cheese, chili/soup, and varied vegetables and fruits.
Tailored for Latino dietary preferences, this bag may contain items such as rice, black beans, pinto beans, corn flour, fideo pasta, enchilada sauce, chipotles in adobo, and diced chiles.
Tailored for Southeast Asian dietary preferences, this bag may contain items such as rice, rice noodles, coconut milk, bamboo shoots, curry paste, green beans, and mandarin oranges.
Tailored with all ready-to-eat items which require little or no preparation, this bag may contain items such as dried fruit, tuna salad, chicken salad, sunflower seeds, granola, oatmeal, and soups.