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Making Food and Nutrition Security a SNAP

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Ensuring all Americans have equitable access to affordable, nutritious food is foundational to our nation’s health, education, national security, and economic priorities. Typically reauthorized every five years, the farm bill governs an array of food and agricultural programs. In 2023, the nutrition title is expected to comprise 84% of total farm bill spending, mostly for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the nation’s largest federal nutrition program that serves ​41 million Americans.

Join the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Food and Nutrition Security Task Force as we discuss new recommendations aimed at strengthening food and nutrition security through SNAP and other federal nutrition assistance programs.

The event will begin with a nutrition reporter and congressional staff looking ahead at the processes and priorities around the 2023 Farm Bill.

Featured Participants


William Hoagland
Senior Vice President, BPC


Jennifer Tiller
Majority Deputy Staff Director, House Agriculture Committee

Fitz Elder
Minority Staff Director, Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee


Helena Bottemiller Evich
Founder, Food Fix

Task Force Co-Chairs:

Chef José Andrés
Founder, World Central Kitchen

Dan R. Glickman
Former Agriculture Secretary; Senior Fellow, BPC

Leslie Sarasin
President and CEO, FMI-The Food Industry Association

Ann M. Veneman
Former Agriculture Secretary

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