KY3: Changes to WIC food programs by the USDA means more money for fruits and vegetables

“I think finally we are getting the ball rolling on not just the total amount of calories to help people, but it is the quality of those calories. We know fruits, vegetables, and whole grains those are the things we know that will not only bring health to our bodies but health to our minds and our emotions, and we need all those things healthy if we want to move people from just surviving to living their best life,” says Nathan Mortsenson the Program Manager of the Crosslines Food Pantry.

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