In the Spotlight
As members of Congress continue working toward a 2023 Farm Bill, we need to set the record straight on the current SNAP time limit rules, how they were enacted and implemented, and why, instead of worsening them.
Congress should pass legislation, the Improving Access to Nutrition Act of 2023 to end SNAP time limits entirely.
Read FRAC's Farm Bill prioritiesHandout highlights opportunities to strengthen SNAP benefit adequacy and equitable access.
Creating innovative outreach strategies for WICThe WIC CIAO Project aims to increase participation and retention and reduce disparities in program delivery.
Report reveals dramatic Increase in school meal participationFRAC's latest report finds participation in school meals grew during the 2021–2022 school year
Raise Your Hand for Healthy School Meals for AllOffering school breakfast and lunch to all students at no charge to families helps ensure that all children have the nutrition they need to grow and thrive.
Healthy School Meals for All StoriesRead stories on the impact of child nutrition waivers from parents, schools and advocates.
Taking a Look at Food Insufficiency During COVID-19 DashboardOur new Dashboard features up-to-date data on reported food insufficiency rates over the past year.
American Families Plan Goes A Long Way to Support Struggling FamiliesNew provisions will ensure children have access to the nutrition they need year-round.
Helping Pediatricians Identify and Address Childhood Food InsecurityToolkit Helps Pediatricians Identify and Address Spike in Childhood Hunger Caused by COVID-19.
SNAP Critical to Mitigating Spikes in HungerUSDA reveals federal nutrition programs ensure millions of struggling households get the nutrition during an economic downturn.
COVID-19 Dramatically Deepening America’s Hunger CrisisBetween 26–29 million adults living in the U.S. reported that members of their households sometimes or often did not have enough to eat during the first few months of the pandemic.
Fighting Food Insecurity Amid COVID-19, Groups Advocate For 15% SNAP BoostNearly 2,500 organizations are calling for a boost of 15 percent to the benefit levels provided by SNAP.
Kids could go hungry this summer with school lunch programs in peril“If families are in need, we think they should be able to come to a site and get food.”