This month on the Evidence-to-Impact Podcast, we continue the Pandemic Perspective series and examine how the pandemic has revealed the “hidden crisis” of food insecurity throughout Pennsylvania and the rest of the country.
We spoke to Muzi Na, Ph.D., M.H.S., assistant professor of nutritional sciences and the Broadhurst Career Development Professor for the Study of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at Penn State, and Vonda Ramp, M.S., R.D., state director of Child Nutrition Programs at the Division of Food and Nutrition in the Bureau of Budget and Fiscal Management within the Pennsylvania Department of Education, about who’s been impacted by food insecurity and what is being done to help people access healthy food in their communities.
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