LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Food Finders Food Bank is offering free nutritional classes to the community. In honor of National Nutrition Month, the organization is highlighting its food education classes. The classes teach attendees how to make nutritional meals using food from the pantry.
The non-profit currently serves more than 300-people a day from food mainly received from the government and community donations.
Food finders class instructor Rachel Reynolds says the class is very hands on.
"I try to get people up here, chopping vegetables and it just kind of gets them familiar in the kitchen and then they can go home and use these skills to cook meals of their own and maybe cut down on eating out and just have better nutrition overall," said Reynolds.
Classes are open to everyone. Click here to find the registration list.
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