Excerpts from this story referencing food aid

"… ough Congress would take a step toward reforming America’s controversial food aid program, by allowing more aid to be purchased within the regions that rece …"

"… ailed how special interests were fighting to preserve the U.S.’s unusual food aid system. Unlike other developed countries, which purchase most food aid nea …"

"… ual food aid system. Unlike other developed countries, which purchase most food aid near where it is delivered, the U.S. buys food from American farms, ships …"

Excerpts from this story referencing food aid

"… they are likely to consider changes to the way the United States delivers food aid to hungry and impoverished nations. The debate will reprise an intense leg …"

"… debate will reprise an intense legislative battle that flared in June when food aid reforms were proposed in the House. That struggle had a startling and lit …"

"… a plan to reshape the way in which the U.S. delivers half of the world’s food aid was dealt a decisive blow by a small but determined group of maritime unio …"

Excerpts from this story referencing food aid

"… iter Andrew Taylor. …"

Excerpts from this story referencing food aid

"… a Minnesota-based advocacy organization.Critics said that sending American food aid to Haiti undermined thousands of Haitian growers who were already struggli …"

"… d corn — staples of the Haitian diet.“If you look at the allocation of food aid after the earthquake, the fact that most of it is (Food for Progress) mean …"

"… ”USAID officials said they had been spending about $35 million a year on food aid to Haiti, but the figure spiked to $140 million in 2010 because “of the …"

Excerpts from this story referencing food aid

"… ated $223,000 to dispose of U.S. food aid that had gone rancid.  …"

"… government spent almost $2.3 billion to provide 2.5 million metric tons of food aid around the globe. The majority of the funding went to USAID-administered e …"

"… rograms, which fed more than 46 million people. USAID estimates demand for food aid will increase by 50 percent in the next 20 years. The Government Accounta …"