Increasing SNAP Purchasing Power Reduces Food Insecurity and Improves Child Outcomes

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the primary lever for food assistance in the United States. Evidence suggests that SNAP is effective in increasing resources to purchase food and in reducing food insecurity when a household does not have consistent access to adequate food, due to a lack of money. Follow this link to read the complete article.

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