The Nova Scotia Participatory Food Costing Project began by asking a simple question: “How much does it cost for households living in Nova Scotia to maintain a nutritious diet?” The project brings together people who have experienced food insecurity with those with the ability to impact the issue.

On May 10, 2011 the results of the 2010 Nova Scotia Participatory Food Costing Report were released at Mount Saint Vincent University. The findings show that many Nova Scotians may be at risk for their health because they simply cannot afford to eat healthy.

On May 10, 2011 the results of the 2010 Nova Scotia Participatory Food Costing Report were released at Mount Saint Vincent University. The findings show that many Nova Scotians may be at risk for their health because they simply cannot afford to eat healthy.

On May 10, 2011 the results of the 2010 Nova Scotia Participatory Food Costing Report were released at Mount Saint Vincent University. The findings show that many Nova Scotians may be at risk for their health because they simply cannot afford to eat healthy.

In May 10, 2011 the results of the 2010 Nova Scotia Participatory Food Costing Report were released at Mount Saint Vincent University. The findings show that many Nova Scotians may be at risk for their health because they simply cannot afford to eat healthy.

On May 10, 2011 the results of the 2010 Nova Scotia Participatory Food Costing Report were released at Mount Saint Vincent University. The findings show that many Nova Scotians may be at risk for their health because they simply cannot afford to eat healthy.

 
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