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Free 6-Week Nutrition Education and Cooking Class at Oregon Food Bank

Oregon Food Bank’s Nutrition Education Program will host a 6-week hands-on Operation Frontline® class in NE Portland this summer! Pre-registration is required and space is limited.


Participants will learn how to: ~ Make the most of food resources ~ Cook nutritious, delicious food ~ Shop defensively at the grocery store ~ Work with foods they’ve never used before ~Learn recipes from chefs—and recreate them with ingredients they’ll take home each week.


Where: Oregon Food Bank

Address: 7900 NE 33rd Drive

Time: Thursdays, 6 - 8 p.m.

Dates: August 12 - September 16

This class is for adults age 18 and up who make less than $1805/month or $2428/month for a couple. Income verification is not required. Participants must plan to attend all six sessions.


If you or someone you know is interested in attending, please contact nutrition education program coordinator, Ginny Sorensen, [email protected] or (503)419-4183, for more detailed information.


Oregon Food Bank's Nutrition Education Program offers hands-on cooking classes to community members living with low incomes. By providing cooking education combined with nutrition, menu planning, budgeting, and food safety, to those who struggle to feed their families, we introduce skills which help participants make the most of available food resources and we progress towards our goal of ending hunger at its root causes.