Feeding America this week announced the launch of Farmers Feed America.  The organization says the broad coalition shows that farmers and food banks are united in calling for a strong 2023 Farm Bill that meets the needs of America's farmers and protects federal nutrition programs.  The new nonpartisan coalition comprises farmers, food companies, food retailers, and hunger-relief organizations, including Feeding America and the American Farm Bureau Federation.


This year's farm bill reauthorization process is an opportunity to reflect on the innovations that worked during the pandemic and apply those learnings to future food and nutrition policy, according to the organization.  The Farmers Feed America coalition has come together to establish shared principles for the next farm bill that they say will help meet the continued needs of communities facing hunger, bolster the nation's food resilience, and enhance markets for farmers and ranchers.


The coalition urges members of Congress to adopt these principles as they write the 2023 Farm Bill.  Click Here to learn more.


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