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Healthy Foods Center

The Healthy Foods Center (HFC) at Roadrunner Food Bank is a medical referral food pantry, which allows clients who are experiencing both a chronic illness and food insecurity access to healthy foods, nutrition education, and other services related to hunger. We work with designated local clinics who refer persons to the HFC based on their health needs. Set up as a grocery store, the HFC allows referred clients to shop weekly and select items that contribute to a healthy diet. We focus on distributing fresh fruits and vegetables, while offering healthy alternatives to everyday choices.

Demo Kitchen – Our on-site demo kitchen allows us to provide clients with nutrition education, recipes, cooking activities, and an overall fun way to engage with the food they receive through the HFC.

SEED Activities – Roadrunner frequently partners with other local programs to address the various needs of HFC clients.

Our overall goal in the HFC is to improve the food security and well-being of our clients. Facilitating access to services such as SNAP (the Food Stamps program) ties into our mission of building self-sufficiency and permanently ending hunger in New Mexico.

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