It’s unacceptable that food and nutrition insecurity remains so high in such in the wealthy United States. These proposals are a perfect balance between private and public investments. We need this collaboration to end not just hunger but also diet-related diseases that are afflicting the US.
If Biden wanted to reduce food insecurity and hunger, shouldn't have signed the giant stimulus bills that contributed to debilitating inflation. Food prices are through the roof and rising, and the president's hefty social spending is to blame.
Never mind 2030, there are Americans desperate for help putting food on the table right now. The White House needs to step up by bolstering food banks immediately. If this crucial first step is successful, it could be a strong start to its longer-range plan.