NPPC was included in The Rockefeller Foundation’s announcement of $4.6 million investment to scale Food Is Medicine initiatives in United States

Grants will help prevent, manage, and treat diet-related illnesses among food-insecure Americans

NEW YORK | November 30, 2022 — The Rockefeller Foundation has committed $4.6 million in grants for equitable and community-directed approaches to prevent, manage, and treat diet-related illnesses in the United States. The funding will support grantees advancing Food is Medicine interventions focused on building partnerships with key stakeholders and bridging the gaps between food and health care. The goal of this investment is to help the millions of patients facing food insecurity or diet-related diseases gain more equitable access to foods that promote better health outcomes and reduce health costs.

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