• Funded education program for low-income families. • Assisted in rollout of store-tour pilots in 32 markets. • Promotes small lifestyle changes for better health. It’s a fact that 17.2 million American households, or 14.5%, were unable to consistently put food on their tables for their families last year — a rate that is the highest in the 16 years since the government has been tracking food insecurity. The statistic remains the same this year and makes ...

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