Diet & Nutrition

North End Food Security Network

North End Food Security Network - https://www.facebook.com/nefsn

The North End Food Security Network is a non-profit organization that aims to improve the health of North End residents by making our local food system more sustainable, accessible and equitable. For more information please email jasmine@necrc.org.

Winnipeg Food Share Co-Op provides residents with their own, "Good Food Box," in order to get an affordable mix of fruits and vegetables in their neighbourhood.

Ordering

Boxes are delivered to community depots every two weeks on Wednesdays. Orders must be received 1 week prior.

Sizes

Small $8

Medium $15

Large $20

Visit www.winnipegfoodsharecoop.org or email coordinator@foodsharecoop.com for more information.

WFC is possible thanks to support from Food Matters Manitoba.

 

our food our health our culture

Food Matters Manitoba (Our Food our Health our culture) - http://www.foodmattersmanitoba.ca/projects/our-food-our-health-our-culture/

Our Food Our Health Our Culture (OFHC) works in the North End of Winnipeg in partnership with the North End Food Security Network.  We provide cooking classes to North End youth,  strengthen the healthy menu planning skills of partner agency staff through the Community Tables project, and facilitate access to healthy and traditional foods through retailers and school snack programs. But the project goes a step further: it empowers individuals and communities to grow, share and prepare their own food and provides them with skills they can use for life. Contact Lissie Rappaport at: lissie@foodmattersmanitoba.ca for more information.

 

Canada's Food Guide

Canada’s Food Guide - http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/food-guide-aliment/index-eng.php

Caanda's Food Guide for First Nation, Inuit and Metis - http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/alt_formats/fnihb-dgspni/pdf/pubs/fnim-pnim/2007_fnim-pnim_food-guide-aliment-eng.pdf

Eat well with Canada's Food Guide! Learning more about Canada's Food Guide will help you and your family know how much food you need, what types of foods are better for you, and the importance of physical activity in your day. Having the amount and type of food recommended and following the tips included in Canada's Food Guide will help:

  • Meet your needs for vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.

  • Reduce your risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, certain types of cancer and osteoporosis.

  • Contribute to your overall health and vitality.