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61. Food Services
All are members of the georgia School food Service At the school food authority soption, students may participate Students must select at least two menu items
Food Services Julia Johnson, Director Peggy Chaney, Associate Director High School Menu Meal Requirements Applying for Free and Reduced Meals Paying for Meals ... Sanitation Scores for Ware Schools About the Department The Ware County School System School Nutrition Department employs 70 assistants, 11 managers, and 2 clerical workers. All managers must complete 5 thirty-hour classes during the first four years of employment and 1 thirty-hour class every two years. Managers and assistants must earn 12 hours of in-service credit annually. Salary incentives are offered to all staff for further training.
All school nutrition staff members are encouraged to participate in professional organizations. All are members of the Georgia School Food Service Association and the American School Food Service Association. Ninety-nine percent of the staff are certified by ASFSA.
The staff has a local chapter and is very active at the district level. Many awards are won by the department each year. Awards have included the GSFSA Gold Scroll Award, 100% membership award for GFSFA and ASFSA, 100% certification award from ASFSA, and a 3% increase in lunch participation.

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63. USA 4 Travel - /Home/Consumer_Information/Food_and_Drink
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Food and Drink Sub-categories See also: Links Acu-Cell: Chocolate - Takes a critical look at "Chocolate-Is-Good-For-You" campaigns and dispels some of the health benefit myths.
- Food additives guide along with a section called "recipes" where listed are the additives found in every day foods.
Are Generic Foods a Better Buy?
- No-name brands usually save you money, but should you be buying them. Short article from University of Illinois Extension.
Bottled Water Blues
- Discusses bottled water vs. filtered water and compares water filter brands.
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- Includes forum, FAQs, glossary, resources, articles, regulations, new products and statistics.
CSPI - Center for Science in the Public Interest
- The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is a nonprofit education and advocacy organization that focuses on improving the safety and nutritional quality of our food supply.
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65. Reuters AlertNet - U.N. Mulls Buying Food From Brazil Peasant Group
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66. Food Entrepreneur Resources
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67. Private Label Magazine Featured Article
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Market News - March/April 2004
Market News FMI: Fortified with Five Added Food Events The Food Marketing Institute has more features than ever this May 2-4, at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago May 2-4, 2004.
Two new exhibits are unveiled this year. The Healthy Living Pavilion puts a focus on health. The Electronic Product Code (EPC) Showcase spotlights this new technology, which is forecasted to change retailing. The New Products Showcase, as always, will highlight the best new products for the coming year. This year a new Best in Show awards program honors the best of this lot. Other awards for FMI include the 4th Annual Store Manager Superior Service Awards, as well as the 2004 Neighborhood Partnership Award. For more information, contact the Food Marketing Institute at: 655 15th St. NW, Washington, DC, 20005; 202-452-8444;

68. Living In Atlanta
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Atlanta Atlanta, the business and communications center of the Southeastern United States, is one of the most international cities in the country. Metro Atlanta is home to 4.2 million people. The city hosts several professional sports teams; symphony, opera, and ballet companies; jazz and comedy clubs, museums, and theaters; restaurants, shops, and a large number of outdoor festivals. These opportunities are supplemented by a great variety of concerts, movies, speakers, and other special events held throughout the academic year on the Emory campus. The headquarters of many important U.S. companies are located in Atlanta including; The Coca-Cola Company, Delta Airlines, Holiday Inns International, and Georgia Pacific, to name only a few. In addition, Atlanta includes the regional headquarter offices of over 450 companies of the Fortune 500. Climate and Temperature Atlanta is prepared for warm weather! All public buildings and main Emory buildings have air conditioning. Nearly all apartments (including those at the Clairmont Campus) and cars also have air conditioning. To avoid getting ill during the hot weather we suggest that you always carry a sweater or light jacket, since many buildings may be over-air-conditioned.

69. Nutrition For Seniors
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If you're over 65, you're one of the fastest growing parts of America's population. It is estimated that by the year 2000, people over 65 will make up 20% of our population. People of any age are healthier if they are well-nourished. Well-nourished older people feel better, recover faster from illnesses, spend less time in the hospital, and can possibly live independently longer than older people who don't eat well. But it's not always easy to eat well. As you age you may lose some of your ability to taste, smell, and see. You may have greater difficulty in preparing food due to illness, arthritis or loss of sight. You may lose teeth, making it difficult to chew. Or you may not have enough money to buy the food you need.

70. Harry's Fresh Foods: Retail Store Locations
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71. WIC Farmer's Market Nutrition Program - Nutrition, Diet, Food
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adoption forums choose one guatemala international adoptive parents support russia adoption adoptees birthparents community foster care sealed records adoptee support special needs WIC Farmer's Market Nutrition Program Contributed by United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Page 1 of 2 email article to friend printer friendly version most popular articles read comments review article add to favorites 1. What is the WIC Farmers' Market Nutrition Program?
2. Where does the FMNP operate?
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8. How many farmers and farmers' markets participate in the FMNP?
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72. Food Stamp Program FSs110
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    The Food Stamp Program is designed to promote the general welfare and to safeguard the health and well being of the nation's population by raising the levels of nutrition among low-income households. Section 2 of the Food Stamp Act of 1977 states, in part: "Congress hereby finds that the limited food purchasing power of low-income households contributes to hunger and malnutrition among members of such households. Congress further finds that increased utilization of food in establishing and maintaining adequate national levels of nutrition will promote the distribution in a beneficial manner of the Nation's agricultural abundance and will strengthen the Nation's agricultural economy, as well as result in more orderly marketing and distribution of foods. To alleviate such hunger and malnutrition, a food stamp program is herein authorized which will permit low-income households to obtain a more nutritious diet through normal channels of trade by increasing food purchasing power for all eligible households who apply for participation."

Economic Committee and my Chairmanship of the Select Committee on the White Houseas Director of food for Peace I believe the georgia Dean was right then, and
Mr. Chairman and distinguished members of the Committee, I'm pleased to be associated once again with this important committee. During eighteen years as a Senator from South Dakota, I served every day as a member of this Committee: That was one of the deep satisfactions of my life. I also enjoyed my service on the Foreign Relations Committee, the Joint Economic Committee and my Chairmanship of the Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. But Agriculture was my bread and butter committee.
This morning I'm especially pleased to be accompanied by my friend and longtime Senate colleague, Bob Dole. As you know, Bob and I represent opposing parties. But we formed a bipartisan coalition in the Senate on matters relating to food and agriculture. That coalition reformed the field of nutrition and virtually put an end to hunger in America. We reformed and expanded food stamps for the poor; we improved and expanded the school lunch and breakfast programs; we launched the WIC program for pregnant and nursing low-income women and their infants. In the 1980's and 1990's there has been some slippage in the coverage of these excellent programs and that needs to be corrected. It is embarrassing that in this richest of all nations we still have an estimated 31 million Americans who do not have enough to eat.

74. Georgia’s Traditional Industries Program Annual Report
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Georgia's Traditional Industries Program for Food Processing Fiscal Year 1997-1998 Report to Industry
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What Is Georgia’s Traditional Industries Program? Georgia’s “traditional industries” — pulp and paper; food processing; and apparel, carpet, and textiles — have historically been the backbone of the state’s industrial base. Virtually every county in Georgia is home to at least one of these industries, which combined employ 260,000 Georgians, almost half of the state’s manufacturing work force. Despite their size, these leading industries in Georgia face serious international challenges to their competitive position, especially from companies in low-wage regions of the world.
Recognizing the importance of these industries to Georgia, Governor Zell Miller and the General Assembly established the Traditional Industries Program (TIP) in 1994. TIP is designed to bring industry leaders and university-based researchers together to develop and implement practical solutions to improve the competitiveness of pulp and paper; food processing; and apparel, carpet, and textile companies in Georgia. Each of the three traditional industries has formed a public-private partnership where industry identifies critical competitiveness problems, then works closely with faculty from Georgia’s colleges and universities to solve those problems. Since 1994, the state has invested over $25 million to provide research, technology development, and technical assistance to Georgia’s traditional industries, and industry has matched the state’s investment.

75. The Georgia Public Policy Foundation Home Page
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76. Surplus Food & Food Donation Programs Exchange
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  • 77. Nutro Products Frequent Buyer Program
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    38. Select produce that is not too ripe or bruised. 48. Puree your own babyfood. 49. University of georgia. November 2003. SELF SUFFICIENCY TIPS.
    50 WAYS TO STRETCH YOUR FOOD DOLLAR Rosalind Swainson FACS Program Assistant With the holidays approaching you are probably looking for ways to stretch your food dollar. Here are 50 helpful hints for you: Select the right grocery store. Choose one that is close and convenient to home. Save gas money and time. 2. Know how much money you have to spend on food. 3. Use a pocket calculator in the store to stay within your budget. 4. Plan menus for at least 2 weeks to reduce trips to the store. 5. Make a grocery list and stick to it. 6. In planning meals, use store ads to take advantage of specials. 7. Plan meatless meals. Use meat substitutes like dried beans and peas, and eggs. 8. Check for items that are reduced for quick sale and substitute them on the menu. Beware of buying clubs. They have membership fees. Learn to be creative with leftovers. Brown bag your lunch. Learn to cook from scratch. Plant a small garden. Shop in season for fruits and vegetables. Don’t buy junk food.

    79. : Articles & Features : Nutrition & Health : Farmers’ Markets: Fun
    They learn how to select the tomato They can see people that grow the food, saidGeorgia Paulsen, secretary of the Topeka Downtown Farmers’ Market.
    You are here main articles Farmers’ Markets: Fun for the Family
    by Rebekka Martin
    Sandy Procter says a farmers’ market is a place for healthy foods and healthy families. "I’m not saying that there will never be room for a Twinkie or a donut, but help your child understand that these ‘sometimes’ foods are exceptions to the rule, [which is that] crisp, juicy fruits and vegetables are excellent snack foods." Procter said markets provide an opportunity for parents to teach their kids how to choose ripe, tasty foods. She said asking children’s opinion about food choices reinforces the food lesson and lets them know their opinions matter. In addition, Procter said studies show that children involved in shopping for and selecting foods are more likely to accept and eat those foods. Emily Mark, a K-State Research and Extension family and consumer sciences specialist, said parents can even let their children spend their own money to buy something at the market "They learn how to select the tomato and what is a quality tomato, but they also learn to budget their money," Mark said.

    80. LegalAid-GA
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    About Us Feedback News LegalAid-GA in Other Languages English Español End of Languages Georgia's web site guide to free legal information and legal services. Other States Help Directory of Legal Programs What can you find here? Legal educational materials, sample forms, and information about the courts, community resources and free and low-cost legal aid programs to help you with your legal problem. Use the Scroll Bar to the right to view all 26 Topics below. Click on one of the Topics below get more information about that Topic.
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