We know the United States has a problem with ultra-processed foods, and we can point to the well-documented health effects of overconsuming these foods. If the food industry wants to hijack and reframe the dialogue on processed foods, it is important for health advocates to have an alternate strategy that clearly communicates the importance of making room for whole, unprocessed foods.
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Soda has no nutritional merit whatsoever, so people participating in SNAP should not be allowed to use their benefits to purchase it.
Last weekend I sat alongside four amazing women as we led a discussion on Food Blogging for Change at the BlogHer Food Conference. During our session, we were asked what our top three “wishlist” items would be — a fantasy, if you will — if we could change food policy in America.