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    • Contact: Lindsay Pingel Communications Specialist Food Bank of Iowa (515) 564-0330 lpingel@foodbankiowa.org www.foodbankiowa.org Gardeners: Plant a Row to Support the Food Bank of IowaDES MOINES, Iowa – May 1, 2012 – Calling all gardeners! Its that time of year to start planting in yourgarden, and the Food Bank of Iowa is asking you to plant an extra row to help feed the hungry."Produce is such a nutritious product that is often unavailable to individuals in need,” says Carey Miller,executive director of the Food Bank of Iowa. “By planting rows of produce and sharing the harvest, youcan help put nutritious food in the hands of hungry Iowans.”Items such as beans, carrots, potatoes, sweet corn, peas, lettuce and tomatoes are in great demand atfood pantries, soup kitchens and shelters.Donations may be dropped off anytime Monday through Thursday between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.,or Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Food Bank of Iowa, 2220 E. 17th Street,Des Moines, IA 50316. ###About the Food Bank of IowaThe Food Bank of Iowa is a private, not-for-profit organization committed to its mission of alleviatinghunger through food distribution, partnership and education. The Food Bank of Iowa solicits, receives,inventories and distributes donated food and grocery products to 425 partner agencies in 55 countieswho directly serve needy individuals within their communities. Forty-two of these counties are servedfrom their facility in Des Moines with the remaining 13 counties being served by their redistributionorganization, the Food Bank of Southern Iowa. To learn more, visit www.foodbankiowa.org or find us onFacebook at www.facebook.com/foodbankiowa.