USDA Improving Services to Provide More SNAP Participants the Dignity of Work

USDA’s proposed rule[6] will appear in the Federal Register next week. The public will be invited to comment for 60 days.

USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) administers 15 nutrition assistance programs[7] that leverage American’s agricultural abundance to ensure children and low-income individuals and families have nutritious food to eat. FNS also co-develops the Dietary Guidelines for Americans[8], which provide science-based nutrition recommendations and serve as the cornerstone of federal nutrition policy.


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  2. ^ Read more about USDA’s Proposed Rule (
  3. ^ directly calling on states to take action (
  4. ^ SNAP to Skills (
  5. ^ SNAP E&T State Institutes and Learning Academies (
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  7. ^ nutrition assistance programs (
  8. ^ Dietary Guidelines for Americans (

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