New Program Aims to Incentivize Purchase of Fresh Produce

“Food insecurity, the lack of reliable access to healthy, affordable food, remains a pressing issue in the region. In December 2017, 152,923 people in Allegheny County relied on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps, to help subsidize the cost of feeding themselves and their families….”

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Publish Date: 02-08-2018

News Outlet: Pittsburgh Magazine

Author: Hal B. Klein

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