Vitamins, Supplements Added To Food Stamp Program In Senate Farm Bill
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Senate Agriculture Committee on Oct. 25 added multivitamins and other dietary supplements to food stamp coverage in legislation to reauthorize federal farm subsidy programs
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