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5 Ways to Eat Healthier on a Budget

By Nicole Presley, Walmart Mom Blogger, PresleysPantry.com

I’m a mom who is constantly striving to feed my family the most nutritious meals and still make ends meet. I come from a large family where my grandfather was the sole provider of many mouths to feed, so I’ve learned firsthand how to make healthy food at a low cost. Here are a few tips I’ve found… Read More

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Sneaky Veggies: 7 Recipes to Get Kids to Eat Healthy

By Tina Butler, Walmart Mom Blogger, Mommy’s Kitchen

It can be hard to get your kids to eat vegetables and fruits. If this is true in your family, you are not alone.  Did you know that most children do not get the daily recommended amounts of vegetables and fruits in their diets? As a mother of three, I can honestly say that I can relate to that… Read More

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Eat Healthy Together: Happy Healthy Spring Rolls

By Nicole Presley, Walmart Mom Blogger, PresleysPantry.com

Now that summer is officially here, I find the heat has this magical power of bringing my family closer together.  We spend more time outside doing fun water activities, or having dinner on our patio as the warm breeze dances around us.  Usually I would be thrilled to serve a robust salad… Read More

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Wasting Less Will Save You Food, Money, and More

By Dana Gunders, Staff Scientist, National Resources Defense Council

Imagine walking out of the grocery store with four bags full of fresh food, dropping a bag, and not bothering to stop and pick it up. Seems crazy, but that’s essentially what most of us are doing in our daily lives. The average American throws away about $30 each month in the form of uneaten food.… Read More

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How We’re Fighting Food Deserts

By Tres Bailey, Director, Agriculture and Food, Walmart

You may have heard the term “food desert” before, but what does it really mean? Well, it’s sort of what it sounds like — an area, in urban or rural settings where access to affordable and nutritious food is limited. Instead of grocery stores with fresh fruit and vegetables, the landscape is often… Read More

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