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Food Assistance Programs
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Food and Nutrition Assistance Programs & Obesity 1976-2002
  2007
Food Stamp Program Costs and Error Rates, 1989-2001
  2006
FOOD STAMPS ON-LINE: A REVIEW OF STATE GOVERNMENT FOOD STAMP WEBSITES
  2006
The Food Assistance Landscape: FY 2006 midyear report
  2006
FRAC's Guide to Food Stamp Outreach Collaborations
  2006
Feeding America's Families: How Elected Officials Can Help Families in Need Receive Food Stamps and Nutrition Assistance
  2006
Food Stamps and Nutrition Programs in the 2002 Farm Bill
  2006
Evaluation of the USDA Elderly Nutrition Demonstrations: Volume II, Demonstration Summaries
  2005
Evaluation of the USDA Elderly Nutrition Demonstrations: Volume I, Evaluation Findings
  2005
Michigan State University Extension-Hunger Home Page
  2004
Expunging Food Stamp EBT Benefits: A Case Study of the Elderly in Three States
  2003
Food stamp program map machine
  2003
Food Stamp Program Participation Studies. Characteristics of Food Stamp Households: Fiscal Year 2001.
  2003
Food Stamp Information Materials in Other Languages.
  2003
Amber Waves
  2003
Nutrition Substitutions and Makeovers
  2003
Food Purchases of Food Stamp Shoppers
  2003
Commodity Supplemental Food Program Fact Sheet.
  2003
The National Directory of Farmers Markets.
  2000
Senior Farmersí Market Nutrition Program Fact Sheet
  2000
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