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You can save time and eat healthy with these tips!

Don’t sacrifice your health when time’s tight! With SNAP-Ed New York’s helpful tips and tricks, you’ll know how to prepare nourishing meals that won’t cost you the bank… or your time.

Watch our helpful intro video on saving time in the kitchen!

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How we save time with SNAP Express Meal Kits…

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"SNAP Express helps us save time. When you choose your meal kit, all the ingredients are automatically added to your shopping cart!"

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