Aid groups are struggling to feed thousands of vulnerable families in Lebanon amid highest food inflation in the world.
First Lady Jennie Gordon’s Wyoming Hunger Initiative is proud to partner with University of Wyoming Extension to launch a new program under the Food from the Farm + Ranch banner called Grow a Little Extra. Instead of reinventing the wheel, this collaboration utilizes existing resources to create a sustainable solution to hunger.
Percentages of food insecurity among University of Arizona students have doubled since the beginning of the pandemic, according to UA research conducted in fall 2020.
Love & Carrots lowers our carbon footprint by making sustainable food sources very, very local
Traditional school stores might offer snacks and knickknacks, school gear and notebooks — but the one at Linda Tutt High School in Sanger, Texas, has a very different inventory and clientele.
Last year, 35 million people received $55 billion in SNAP benefits, down from a peak of 47 million people and $76 billion in 2013. The program, which falls under the aegis of the USDA, delivers roughly nine times more food to people than the entire Feeding America network, which includes food banks.
Tony Hillery is on a mission to teach children in his Harlem community how to adopt healthier food habits.
26 million Americans now say they don’t have enough to eat
A judge on Sunday struck down the Trump administration’s efforts to make it more difficult for some adults to receive food stamps. In a 67-page opinion, Chief U.S. District Judge Beryl A. Howell of D.C. condemned the administration for failing to consider how the rule would impact an estimated hundreds of thousands of Americans during the pandemic.
A new Consumer Reports survey reveals a growing food-insecurity problem, with people of color disproportionately affected