National Strategy Emphasizes Critical Importance of “Food as Medicine” Efforts
Senator Booker has a conversation with NPR News Correspondent Allison Aubrey.
Joint D.C. Event Considered Impactful Solutions for Increasing Food Access, Combatting Poor Nutrition to Reduce Diet-Related Disease
Dariush Mozaffarian, Heidi M. Blanck, Kathryn M. Garfield, Alissa Wassung & Ruth Petersen. Nature Medicine (2022)
Task Force on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health Co-chairs Applaud National Strategy on These Critical Issues
Historic Plan Would End Hunger and Increase Healthy Eating by 2030
Sen. Booker Releases Top Policy Priorities for White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health
Letter to Ambassador Rice urges the prioritization of four key actions.
First White House Conference on Food Issues in 50 Years Will Take Place on Sept. 28
Task Force on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health Submits Consensus Report with Recommendations to White House Ahead of Critical Conference
Assembly of Diverse Voices Developed Recommendations to Inform First White House Conference on Food Issues in 50 Years, Conference Takes Place This September
The White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health is an Opportunity for Transformational Change
In every country, a clear national strategy, goals and metrics are needed to end hunger, improve nutrition, reduce
diet-related diseases and create a just, sustainable and equitable food system. We identify six policy domainswhere real change can be made to deliver this vision in the United States.