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Last Modified: 10/28/2013
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04/10/2013 An Analysis of Food Stamp Benefit Redemption Patterns
04/22/2013 Analyses of the eFORS (Electronic Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System) Surveillance Data (2000–2004) in School Settings
07/01/2014 Approaches for Promoting Healthy Food Purchases by Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participants
04/10/2013 Assessing the Food Security and Diet Quality Impacts of FNS Program Participation
03/14/2013 Availability of Fresh Produce In Nutrition Assistance Programs
04/09/2013 Building a Healthy America: A Profile of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
03/14/2013 CACFP Assessment of Sponsor Tiering Determinations 2011
04/12/2013 Calculating The Food Stamp Program Access Index: A Step-By-Guide 2006
04/12/2013 Calculating The SNAP Program Access Index: A Step-By-Guide 2011
04/09/2013 Changes in Client Service in the Food Stamp Program After Welfare Reform: A Synthesis of Case Studies in Eight States
04/11/2013 Characteristics and Dietary Patterns of Healthy and Less-Healthy Eaters in the Low-Income Population
04/05/2013 Characteristics of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Households: Fiscal Year 2011
02/27/2014 Charting the Course for Evaluation: How Do We Measure the Success of Nutrition Education and Promotion in Food Assistance Programs?
04/05/2013 Conference on Access to Food September 18-19, 1995 Report of the Proceedings November 1996
04/11/2013 Customer Service in the Food Stamp Program
04/23/2013 Dynamics of WIC Program Participation by Infants and Children, 2001 to 2003
04/24/2013 Effects of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC): A Review of Recent Research
04/10/2013 EFT Commercial Infrastructures and Implications for EBT
04/19/2013 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates in 2000-2002 for All Eligible People and the Working Poor
04/19/2013 Empirical Bayes Shrinkage Estimates of State Food Stamp Participation Rates in 2002 and 2003 for All Eligible People and the Working Poor