Food programs promote healthy diets to counter malnutrition

04/11/2012 | Idaho Press-Tribune (Nampa)

Most Americans, even those with lower incomes, get enough calories each day, but they do not necessarily get the nutrition they need for good health, Idaho State University nutritionist Ruth Schneider says. People with lower incomes are more likely to have malnutrition issues, so rescue missions and other hunger programs work with farmers and focus on donations that provide a healthy diet.

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