Food insecurity is associated with an unhealthy diet. Also, supplemental nutrition support programs (SNAPs), formerly known as food stamps, reduce food anxiety, but it is unclear if beneficiaries will be able to purchase adequate health foods. Therefore, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture sponsored the creation of Super SNAP. This provides SNAP beneficiaries with an additional $ 40 per month to buy fruits and vegetables without the addition of sugar, sodium or fat.
Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are investigating the effectiveness of SuperSNAP, which operates through a