Starting November first, people enrolled in the government’s Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps, will see a reduction in monthly benefits.
The Frisco Family Services Food Pantry fell on hard times during the federal government shutdown. But a resident reached out to family, friends, neighbors, and local businesses to put together a “little” food drive that soon exceeded expectations.
Diners with a penchant for corn syrup, sugar, beef fat and a slew of other ingredients in Twinkies, can look forward to the popular snack cakes return this summer.
A North Texas Congressman has been going hungry in Washington, D.C. Marc Veasey, who represents parts of Dallas and Tarrant Counties, has only been eating on the amount of money allowed through the SNAP food assistance program.
Collin County has seen some of the most spectacular economic growth in North Texas, but the affluence in Frisco is not universal as many believe.
The U.S. Postal Service is holding the nation’s largest single-day food drive. Find out how you can help out.
The North Texas Food Bank rolls out a new campaign and hosts a sorting party to celebrate 30 years of service.
Texas Motor Speedway and Dean Foods encouraged their employees to serve the community Wednesday at two area food banks and the ripple effect will feed the hungry for months to come.
More older Texans apparently struggling to make ends meet have been turning to food stamps. According to reports published Monday, the state’s fastest-growing group receiving food stamps is those ages 60 to 64.
The fiscal year for the North Texas Food Bank is near and the organization says while there’s plenty to celebrate they are still $1,000,000 short of their fundraising goal.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, one in six Americans will go to bed hungry tonight. Now a Plano-based company is working to change that and claims to have the solution to fighting hunger in America.
Researchers and lawmakers refer to it as Food Insecurity or availability of food in areas and one’s access to it. In Austin today lawmakers are trying to break down why there are food shortages across the state and find ways to solve the problem.