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Too Few Choices, Too Much Junk: Connecting Food and Health

March 7, 2012

GIH convened a group of grantmakers, researchers, and practitioners on November 4, 2011, for an Issue Dialogue discussing the intersection of food and health. The program focused on the current U.S. food system and approaches that foundations can employ to improve food access and nutrition. This Issue Brief incorporates the background paper written for this meeting, as well as key points from the day's discussion.

This report was made possible through support from The Colorado Health Foundation and the Maternal and Child Health Bureau of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources and Services Administration.

PDF Format Issue Brief No. 39 Executive Summary: Connecting Food and Health
PDF Format Issue Brief No. 39: Connecting Food and Health
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