Julie Bricher

Julie Bricher

A panel of experts at the Sept. 28 White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health agreed that evidence-based research can help expand pilot nutrition programs and inform equitable policymaking for food security inclusive for all communities.

The experts discussed potential challenges and solutions related to the fifth pillar of the National Strategy, which aims to “enhance nutrition and food security research.”

The first session, titled “Evidence to Action: Using Researc…

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Julie Bricher is Science and Tech editor of Food Technology magazine ([email protected]).
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