National food security policy aims to ensure that all Americans, especially children, have access to a healthy diet and do not experience food access limitations caused by lack of money or other resources.
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Home-Delivered Food Boxes Reduced Food Insecurity Among Adults, but Not Children
On this episode of On the Evidence, we talk about a federal experiment using home-delivered boxes packed with fruit, vegetables, and other shelf-stable foods selected by registered dieticians to address food insecurity among children in a rural part of the Chickasaw Nation territory in Oklahoma.Learn more
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