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Food Assistance and Nutrition Programs

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Overview

  • USDA’s domestic food assistance programs affect the daily lives of millions of people, with about one in five Americans participating in at least one food assistance program at some point during a given year.
  • The Economic Research Service's Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Program (FANRP) conducts studies and evaluations of these programs to meet the needs of USDA, Congress, program managers, program participants, the research community, and the public at large.
  • Information on the programs’ eligibility requirements, benefits, regulations, and application process is available from the Food and Nutrition Service, the agency responsible for administering the food and nutrition assistance programs.
  • Expenditures for food assistance account for over half of USDA’s budget.
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Highlights

Extramural Research Funding in Fiscal 2012

FANRP sponsored publications are searchable in an electronic database

Incorporating Behavioral Economics into Federal Food and Nutrition Policy (conference webcast)

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Updated date: February 28, 2012