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USDA Food and Nutrition Service is working to effectively and efficiently end hunger and improve nutrition in America
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USDA Nutrition 12h
Help moms overcome barriers to continuing once their baby starts . has new resources to help:
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USDA Ag Mktg Service 15h
To increase our ability to purchase fluid milk, we expanded outreach to the dairy industry and increased the number of dairy vendors able to supply fluid milk from 2 to 12.
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USDA Nutrition 15h
. is providing fresh, wholesome milk to for distribution. leaders met with industry officials at the to help unload a delivery truck and explain that the milk being purchased has the same expiration dates that stores provide.
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CapitalAreaFoodBank 17h
Got milk? We do! COO Jody Tick toasting this morning’s delivery of over 2,000 gallons of fresh, protein-packed milk with MRP Under Secretary Greg Ibach and AMS Administrator Bruce Summers. Cheers!
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ChooseMyPlate.gov Dec 6
Get excited about eating healthy with Blast Off! Fuel up your MyPlate spaceship by making healthy choices.
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USDA Nutrition 18h
. officials from FNS and are helping unload half gallons of fresh at the Capital Area Food Bank today in Washington, DC. The USDA purchased milk will be distributed to area .
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USDA Team Nutrition Dec 7
operators may now request free printed copies of our Nibbles for Health parent newsletter on “Child Care: What Will My Child Eat?” at:
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ChooseMyPlate.gov Dec 7
Learn about “unit price” to help you find lower cost options. More budget tips at:
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USDA Nutrition Dec 7
Super cool day! Our Supplemental Nutrition and Safety Programs food distribution division hosted a food tasting event and technical assistance. Participants were able to see and taste new or reformulated food items.
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USDA Nutrition Dec 7
Have you ever wondered how school meals are selected? Well, and conducted a taste test event with our state partners today!
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USDA Nutrition Dec 7
Decode the menu! When eating out, look for items that are baked, broiled, grilled, poached, steamed, boiled, or roasted. More tips for eating out:
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Sec. Sonny Perdue Dec 6
Nutritious school meals don't do anyone any good if kids just throw them into the trash. So we're empowering local schools by providing more options to serve healthy AND appetizing food. We're publishing our final rule in the Federal Register. Details:
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USDA Team Nutrition Dec 4
Nibbles for Health: Nutrition Newsletters for Parents of Young Children is now available in print. operators may request them at:
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USDA Nutrition Dec 6
NEWS: Responding to the Needs of Schools, Publishes Final Rule
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USDA Nutrition Dec 6
Growing Healthy Kids One Family at a Time: Seeks Input to Improve Customer Service
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Dept. of Agriculture Dec 6
Since 1970 our has provided the . The 47-year-old holiday tradition kicks off tonight on the West Lawn of Capitol Hill. So why is the tree called "The People's Tree" & how does it differ from ?
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Sec. Sonny Perdue Dec 4
Helping light the USDA Christmas Tree, old friend . Known worldwide for work with & , he's also a renowned tree farmer and conservationist. Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year in 1999 and belts out a mean version of Georgia On My Mind.
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USDA Nutrition Dec 4
NEWS: Growing Healthy Kids One Family at a Time: Seeks Input to Improve Customer Service
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USDA Nutrition Dec 4
Excited to celebrate Christmas tree lighting ceremony today!
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USDA Nutrition Dec 4
Due to , has approved Georgia’s request to extend November & December certification periods and waive periodic reporting requirements in 37 counties.
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