The New Jersey Department of Health and Human Services has set a goal to reduce the cost of the state’s diet by more than $50 billion over the next decade, and it has come up with a few ways to get there.
But one of the biggest is the new “Iron Rich Foods” pyramid, which is aimed at helping families afford more expensive, but healthier, meals.
In an effort to cut down on the costs of eating out, the state has created a program that includes food stamp and food stamp debit cards.
In addition to the Iron Rich Foods program, the agency is also partnering with restaurants and businesses to reduce costs, including eliminating the use of disposable bags and making it easier for people to buy meal replacement containers and other items.
The program, which was launched earlier this year, is being used in more than 100,000 households across the state.
The state says the plan will cost about $3,300 per household, but that figure is based on the cost savings of people purchasing the same meal at a restaurant.
The goal is to cut food costs by $50 per person per month.
The plan includes items like healthier-soupy soups, salads, entrees, and even whole grains and beans, as well as a few more items like fruits, whole grains, beans, and lentils.
But not all people are going to be able to afford the meals they will be able buy on the program.
People in New Brunswick and Camden County are already eligible for the program, but in the northern part of the country, like parts of New Jersey, food stamps are not eligible.
According to the department, some people will be eligible for food stamps if they live in a poverty-stricken part of New York state or are eligible for a Medicaid benefit.
The state is encouraging people in those areas to get the food stamps or Medicaid.
“The state is committed to improving the nutritional quality of the food supply by making more food available to those who need it most,” the department said.
“This plan is part of that effort.”
But the new Iron Rich Food program may not be as popular as the more expensive Iron Rich meals, but for some people, it may just be a way to cut back on expensive dining out.
“I don’t really like eating out in the same places all the time, but if I could get this plan out to people, that’s the best thing I can do,” said Jessica Fauci, who lives in Camden County.
Fauci said she would rather cut down the cost by buying items from local restaurants instead of eating at the same restaurant.
She also said she was concerned about how much her meals would cost if she went to a restaurant with a full menu, like the one at her local Chipotle restaurant.
Fukuji said she does have a couple of concerns about the new program.
For starters, the new meal program has been a little expensive.
According to the state, it will cost the state $6,000 per person for meals at restaurants, and the program will cost $6.25 per person at supermarkets.
Fruci said that would put a huge strain on her family budget, so she plans to use the Iron Raw Foods and Iron Rich foods program.
The Iron Rich diet includes meat and dairy, and Fruci has been saving money by not eating out.
She said she is planning to keep using the Iron Food program, because she knows it will help her family eat better.
“We are going into this with the mentality that if you can’t afford a meal at the restaurant, you can afford something in the IronRich program,” she said.