Minneapolis
Health Department

Public Service Center
250 S. 4th. Street, Room 510
Minneapolis, MN 55415
health@minneapolismn.gov
(612) 673-2301

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Public Service Center

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

 

Fare for AllFare for All program

The Emergency Food Shelf Network offers a "Fare For All" program that is community supported and open to everyone, regardless of income level. The more people who participate, the better! Fare For All buys high quality fruits, vegetables, and frozen meats in bulk to save customers up to 40% off retail prices. Fare For All packages are sold at over 23 locations throughout the Metro area including 3 Minneapolis locations: Shiloh Temple (North), Sprinkler Fitters Union Hall (Northeast), and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (South). Customers order their food packages and pay on-site using cash, credit, debit, or EBT. Visit www.fareforall.org or call 763-450-3880 to learn more.

Food Shelf PicFood Shelf Cluster Resource Guide

The Food Shelf Cluster Resource Guide divides Minneapolis into 5 zones and lists key food shelves, farmers markets, and community gardens in each area. Food shelves can use this document to help identify potential entities with which to partner in order to share resources and procure healthy, fresh produce on a regular basis throughout the growing season. If you would like help connecting with a food shelf, farmers market, or community garden near your organization, please contact SHIP@minneapolismn.gov.

Food Shelf TrainingHealthy Food Handling and Merchandising training for food shelf managers

Garden Yard SignMinnesota Project's Garden Gleaning Toolkit for food shelves and gardeners

Fruits VeggiesIntroduction to Healthy Food Policies (PowerPoint)

 

 

Last updated Oct 29, 2014