About This Project
In the United States, hunger is commonplace. 42 million Americans struggle to get the healthy foods they need. We want to find a solution. This study will provide a convenient, nutrient-rich meal called Nosha to food pantry shoppers. The study will assess whether access to Nosha supports food security, protects resources, and contributes to the health of this at-risk population. Our findings may offer a new strategy towards closing America's widening nutrition gap.
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