Indigenous food bank offering traditional fares set to open in London, Ont. this fall – CBC

Aug 16, 2022

Ingredients will be sourced from Indigenous farmers, hunters and gatherers

Members of Indigenous communities in London, Ont. will soon be able to receive traditional foods meant to help with cultural healing and reconnection, as part of a food bank pilot project.

It’s being called Minomode-zewin nunge-gehwin — which translates to “healthy ways of eating” — and it’s set to open up at the Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC) this fall. Members of the community will be able to access foods like frozen pickerel, venison, moose meat, white corn and wild rice.

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