Anna Rosales

White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, & Health
Conference spurred historic change, improved Americans’ health by reducing dietary diseases and ending hunger

That’s the headline I hope to see in 2023 as a result of September’s White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health. It was a big event with big goals, only the second such conference with this focus and the first in 50 years.

The historic day brought together leaders across the food system, individuals with lived experiences, policy makers, rese…

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Anna Rosales, RD, is IFT’s senior director of government affairs and nutrition ([email protected]).
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