Food Resources

Eating the right foods can make a big difference in your overall health and wellbeing. Fresh vegetables and fruits, lean meats and whole grains can help you get and stay healthy. And, if you have certain health conditions, your doctor will advise you to eat specific foods to help manage your illness or condition and avoid complications. Visit the United States Department of Agriculture website for more information.

But what if you have a hard time finding and getting the food you need – either because the stores are too far away or the food you need is too expensive? Minnesota offers a variety of local food resources and programs to help you access foods you and your family need.

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The Hunger and Food Resource Locator is provided by Hunger Solutions. View the Community Resource page for further information on food locations below.


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Second Harvest Heartland is a Minneapolis-St. Paul food bank, partnering with organizations and volunteers to feed hungry people.