Calif. schools serve students, families with mobile food pantries

05/17/2012 | Oakland Tribune (Calif.), The

The Alameda County Food Bank's Meals for Minds program brings food trucks to two Oakland, Calif., schools so students and families can pick up fresh produce and other groceries. The food banks chose one school based on referrals to its emergency food help line. Officials say having a food truck at school makes it easier for parents, rather than having to go to a distribution center.

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