he Biden administration is releasing its proposal Tuesday to help reduce diet-related diseases and health disparities in the United States with the goal of ending hunger by 2030.

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Right now, the ambitious proposal is only an outline with no new funding tied to it. During a call with reporters on Monday

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The idea comes ahead in advance of the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health, the first such event to cognizance on food insecurity considering 1969

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The idea comes ahead in advance of the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health, the first such event to cognizance on food insecurity considering 1969

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Among other measures, the proposal asks Congress to expand access to healthy, free school meals for 9 million more kids across the country by 2032.

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The goal, officials said, is to eventually provide school meals for free for all students by helping schools tap into regional and local food systems.

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The administration also wants Congress to expand summer-EBT eligibility “to ensure kids have access to new nourishing food year-round.”

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While officials admitted the strategy “cannot be implemented overnight,” one official said they’re committed to taking “bold action.”

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