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‘Who Goes Hungry’ video featuring Chef Tom Colicchio

‘Who Goes Hungry’ video featuring Chef Tom Colicchio

By | January 30th, 2014 | Blogs, FPA Blogs & News |

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Food Policy Action Board Member and Top Chef Judge Tom Colicchio says 'no one should go hungry' in new video against SNAP cuts.

Washington, DC — Food Policy Action Board Member and Top Chef Judge Tom Colicchio says ‘no one should go hungry’ in new video against SNAP cuts. The video can be viewed here: www.whogoeshungry.org  


Washington, DC -- Food Policy Action Board Member and Top Chef Judge Tom Colicchio says 'no one should go hungry' in new video against SNAP cuts. The vi...

Washington, DC — Food Policy Action Board Member and Top Chef Judge Tom Colicchio says ‘no one should go hungry’ in new video against SNAP cuts.

The video can be viewed here: www.whogoeshungry.org

 

Food Policy Action Statement on Farm Bill Final Passage

Food Policy Action Statement on Farm Bill Final Passage

By | January 28th, 2014 | FPA Blogs & News, Press Releases - Food Policy Action |

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Food Policy Action is disappointed that the Farm Bill conference report makes it harder for poor families to put food on the table while increasing subsidies for the most profitable farm businesses in the country.

January 28, 2014, Washington, DC — Food Policy Action is disappointed that the Farm Bill conference report makes it harder for poor families to put food on the table while increasing subsidies for the most profitable farm businesses in the country. While the Farm Bill conference agreement does renew funding for local food systems, organic agriculture and makes forward…


January 28, 2014, Washington, DC -- Food Policy Action is disappointed that the Farm Bill conference report makes it harder for poor families to put food...

January 28, 2014, Washington, DC — Food Policy Action is disappointed that the Farm Bill conference report makes it harder for poor families to put food on the table while increasing subsidies for the most profitable farm businesses in the country.

While the Farm Bill conference agreement does renew funding for local food systems, organic agriculture and makes forward progress in programs like International Food Aid and conservation compliance, it falls short of creating a food bill that reforms our agriculture system in any meaningful way.

Food Policy Action may score final passage of the farm bill conference report in the 2014 National Food Policy Scorecard.

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Our mission is to highlight the importance of food policy and to promote policies that support healthy diets, reduce hunger at home and abroad, improve food access and affordability, uphold the rights and dignity of food and farm workers, increase transparency, improve public health, reduce the risk of food-borne illness, support local and regional food systems, protect and maintain sustainable fisheries, treat farm animals humanely and reduce the environmental impact of farming and food production. Food Policy Action promotes positive policies through education and publication of the National Food Policy Scorecard.

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