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Hawaii News Now: ‘A no-brainer’: Thousands on Big Island now eligible for big discounts on produce.

As the program launches, lawmakers are already considering a proposal that would take it statewide.

Civil Beat Editorial: Feed Hawaii’s Hungry

Lawmakers must help the tens of thousands of children who don’t have enough to eat.

 

Honolulu Star Advertiser Island Voice: Double up on SNAP to help low-income families eat healthy

We should do everything we can at the local level to expand SNAP incentive programs in Hawaii.

Civil Beat Community Voice: How To Encourage Healthy Diets And Support Local Agriculture

Nutrition incentive programs like SNAP help stretch budgets and put good food on tables.

Civil Beat Big Island: Making Food More Affordable For The Hungry

Nearly 13 percent of Hawaii Island residents are “food insecure,” according to the USDA — well above the statewide average.