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Expenditures on Children by Families, also known as the Cost of Raising a Child, estimates the cost of raising children from birth through age 17 for major budgetary components.
USDA’s emergency food program in Flint, Michigan, offers a unique response to the city’s lead crisis.
USDA is seeking grant applications for projects to test fruit and vegetable incentives for SNAP participants.
FNS is working to improve efficiency and integrity in its programs with a new grant called the Child Nutrition Technology Innovation Grant.
Making a lunch date to eat with your child at school is a great way to encourage healthy eating habits and support school leaders.
SNAP Employment & Training (E&T) initiative provides in-demand job training and skills to low-income and low-skilled individuals.
Team Nutrition and CNPP have a variety of resources available to support high school educators guide students on a path to good health.
During any disaster, FNS works with its disaster feeding partners so that survivors will have access to food.
FNS Office of Food Safety is committed to arming school nutrition professionals with the tools they need to prevent and control norovirus outbreaks.
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