Don’t forget that we support the Concern for Neighbors food bank in Mountlake Terrace, located at Terrace View Presbyterian Church. Bring your non-perishable items, brown paper bags, or empty egg cartons and Jim Nickel will take them to the food bank. In case you are wondering what to purchase, here is a list of the “top 25” healthy non-perishable items most needed by food banks: canned beans; dry beans; peanut butter, or other nut butters; rolled oats; canned fruit in juice, not in light or heavy syrup; canned vegetables, with no or low-sodium; low-sodium soups; canned tuna in water; canned chicken; brown rice; quinoa; nuts, unsalted; seeds, unsalted; shelf stable milk and milk substitutes; whole grain pasta; low-sodium pasta sauce; popcorn kernels (not microwave popcorn); canned stews; unsweetened apple sauce; whole grain, low-sugar cold cereals; olive or canola oil; canned tomatoes; dried fruits, no sugar added; honey; chicken, beef and vegetable broths and stock.
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