8 people graduated from the Frank Johnson Recreation Center’s Food Talk program, city officials say

Macon, GA – According to the city officials, there was a short program followed by a healthy potluck dinner that was prepared by members of the class using what they learned through the program. 

City officials also announced that these people reportedly spent eight consecutive weeks learning about eating well on the go, the colors of your food and what they mean, grocery shopping on a budget, and more.

The program was supported by the UGA Cooperative Extension’s Expanded Food & Nutrition Program. 

Classes included: Your Food, Your Choice; Keep Your Pressure in Check; Save with Smart Shopping; Color Me Healthy; Eat Well on the Go; Become a Nutrition Detective; Keep Yourself Well; and Keep Your Health Out of Jeopardy.  

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