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Farmers and Ranchers: The Foundation of our Nation’s Nutrition Assistance Programs

You may be familiar with Paul Harvey’s “So God Made a Farmer” speech that he delivered to the FFA Convention in November 1978. What he said then still rings true today. He describes the hard work and sacrifices as well as the gentle family spirit and sense of community that farmers and ranchers have provided from generation to generation across our great country. Farmers and ranchers are the backbone of America, working from sun-up to sundown, taking care of the land and livestock and providing food for their fellow citizens and the rest of the world.

FNS Provides a Helping Hand to Puerto Rico Residents

At USDA our mission is a vital one: to reduce hunger and increase food security by providing children and low-income people access to food, a nutritious diet and nutrition education. And that mission was put to the test in 2017, in the aftermath of a trio of devastating hurricanes that slammed into Texas, Florida, U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

USDA Releases SNAP Fraud Framework to Tackle Fraud

As Americans, we care about our neighbors in need, and we also expect that the nutrition assistance benefits we pay for with hard-earned tax dollars are used as intended – to put food on the table. Public trust is a central part of USDA’s mission. To help meet that mission, the Department recently released the (PDF, 216 KB) to provide states with new and innovative resources to help combat recipient fraud and benefit trafficking.

USDA Foods Partnerships Celebrate American Agriculture

What do apples, beef and cheese have in common? These ABCs are all favorites with children and they are all a part of the thanks to collaborative partnerships between the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and American farmers and businesses.

USDA Provides Disaster Nutrition Assistance in Northern California

In October 2017, 16 different wildfires throughout Northern California burned over 245,000 acres, destroyed an estimated 8,900 structures, forced 100,000 people to evacuate, and sadly, claimed 43 lives. The USDA (FNS) took a variety of actions as part of a concerted effort among federal, state and local agencies to provide to those most affected by the wildfires.

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