The White House has introduced a significant new initiative to guarantee Americans have access to healthy eating and exercise information for the first time in more than 50 years.
The $8 billion initiative's overall objectives are to help Americans with chronic diseases and, perhaps, abolish hunger by 2030.
One in ten Americans report that they don't have enough food to eat; this burden falls disproportionately on people of color,
LGBT people, veterans, older persons, residents of rural regions, and those who are disabled or ill with chronic conditions.
To address the nation's health, the Biden administration unveiled a comprehensive list of initiatives including both the public and commercial sectors.
Plans are included for expanding access to affordable and wholesome school lunches, decreasing food waste, encouraging farms to give fresh produce to regional food banks