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Rice noted in his statement that America is becoming more health-conscious. In recent weeks, there has been a surge of interest
Kevin Concannon, the USDA's undersecretary of nutrition, said in a recent interview that the fact that SNAP benefits are
More Americans are annoyed by the idea of food stamp recipients using their benefits to buy expensive food than them using it to buy junk food, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll.
But Aldrich, 30, rejects the notion that she ought to use her benefits for beans and rice and nothing else. She said the
He said other national data sources provide a fairly detailed picture of the purchase and diets of SNAP participants and