The White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health: a report on progress after one year

The White House

Michael Schofield-

One year ago, the Biden-Harris Administration convened the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health and released a National Strategy that put forward 196 federal government commitments to reduce hunger and diet-related disease. The Center for Science in the Public Interest advocated for, submitted policy recommendations to, and conducted listening sessions leading up to the Conference and were pleased to see that many of our recommendations were included in the National Strategy.

CSPI reviewed the federal government’s progress on a subset of 106 Top Federal Commitments and assessed the extent to which stakeholder commitments aligned with the issues laid out in the federal commitments. Please view the report for our findings.