Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing affordable food to families. There is no qualification to participate — just sign up, pay for it, and pick up a box (or two or three) at one of the two Portland locations, or look to see if there is an area near you.
This is a picture of what my box looked like when I went to pick it up. They carried it out to my car for me and I was on the road, easy as pie.
When I got home I spilled the content of my box onto the table. This particular box would cost $46 and was heavy on freezer foods. In fact, I should have taken picture of my overstuffed freezer after attempting to put all of this away.
Here is a more clear picture of what came in my box with a few exceptions. Instead of pork chops and Alfredo I had Dave’s Killer Bread, a whole chicken, and Lasagna. I’ll take Dave’s Killer Bread any day! There are many other boxes filled with different types of food. One is a fruit and vegetable box. Another is a “shelf stable” box. My personal favorite is a place on the home page to sponsor a family in the armed services.
The whole idea behind this organization is to provide affordable meals at a fraction of the cost. I think that if you look at the different options for this months boxes, and you think that you would eat everything in the box, it’s a great deal.
Angel Food Ministries gave me a Bountiful Blessing Box set to facilitate my review. All opinions are mine.
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