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State requests work exemption for food aid recipients

New Mexico officials have asked the U.S. government to continue exempting state residents from having to complete paid or unpaid work in order to receive government food assistance
Published: 11/22/16

UAW-Ford donation helps Detroit nonprofit's food program

UAW-Ford has donated $250,000 to help a Detroit organization launch a food program for homeless men, women and children
Published: 11/22/16

Health Department: Wedding food behind salmonella outbreak

Alabama's health agency says wedding food was probably behind a salmonella outbreak that sickened about 100 people in north Alabama
Published: 11/21/16

Food Bank: Thousands of low-income families in RI miss meals

The Rhode Island Community Food Bank has found that thousands of low-income families in Rhode Island are missing meals
Published: 11/21/16
How Kellogg worked with

How Kellogg worked with "independent experts" to tout cereal

AP Exclusive: How Kellogg worked with health experts to tout the health benefits of cereals
Published: 11/21/16
How Kellogg worked with

How Kellogg worked with "independent experts" to tout cereal

AP Exclusive: How Kellogg worked with health experts to tout the health benefits of cereals
Published: 11/21/16

Group tackling food access in Alabama

A new panel is looking at ways to make it easier for nearly 2 million Alabamians to eat healthier food
Published: 11/20/16

Louisville doctor's office creates food pantry

When Basim Al Bawe takes his four children to the doctor's office, they get more than just a prescription, a shot or a dose of medical advice
Updated one month ago
Cheese fondue that's healthy thanks to a sneaky ingredient

Cheese fondue that's healthy thanks to a sneaky ingredient

There's a way to capture all the flavor of cheese fondue for a fraction of the calories in a dip while staying reasonably healthy, thanks to a sneaky ingredient: white beans
Updated one month ago

Judge rules against polygamous sect in food-stamp fraud case

A federal judge won't dismiss food stamp fraud charges filed against members of a polygamous group who say sharing their benefits is a religious belief
Updated one month ago