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As Congress takes August recess, FoodCorps’ policy team prepares for CNR and shares our take on policy changes like the public charge rule.
FoodCorps supports programs that safeguard health and nutrition for children and families.
In this month’s policy update, we dive into the Kids Eat Local Act, changes to school nutrition standards, food and nutrition funding, and more.