Food-assistance program sees $2 billion spent on sweet drinks
Contrary to its goal of promoting good nutrition, a U.S. food-assistance program spends billions of dollars each year on unhealthy, sugar-sweetened drinks, according to a new study.
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Saint Louis, MO
#1 Sep 17, 2012
The should only be able to purchase healthy food with food stamps not junk
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