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Looking for a way to stretch the food budget?

Anyone looking to cut the grocery bill by about 40 percent may be interested in Fare For All, a program that is part of the nonprofit Emergency Foodshelf Network. Unlike some programs, though, Fare for All is open to anyone looking to save money on food costs.

Prices and packages range from a $10 vegetarian pack to the $17 regular pack, which includes up to three fruits, four meat items and five vegitables.

The program is always looking volunteers to help distribute the food.

For a list of distribution dates and locations throughout the metro area, click here.

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