Industry Cultivates Support In Congress To Add Supplements To Food Stamps
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Legislation the House passed to reauthorize federal farm subsidy programs does not add multivitamins and other dietary supplements to food stamp coverage, but the Council for Responsible Nutrition expects progress this year in building congressional support for making the change
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