Free food provided to U.S. households at school and work is relatively unhealthy, though food for families in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program appears to be of better nutritional quality
Article Title: Prevalence and nutritional quality of free food and beverage acquisitions at school and work by SNAP status
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Prevalence and nutritional quality of free food and beverage acquisitions at school and work by SNAP status
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