Despite new state law, NJ drops again in school breakfast rankings

  • Post published:February 9, 2021
  • Post category:News

Despite a new state law requiring breakfast after the bell in high-poverty schools, New Jersey schools served breakfast to fewer students after the law went into effect, indicating that many schools were not abiding by the mandate.

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Need to extend P-EBT
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Need to extend P-EBT

  • Post published:September 14, 2020
  • Post category:News

P-EBT has helped thousands of New Jersey families afford food during the pandemic. Yet this critical benefit will expire Sept. 30. Hunger Free New Jersey, along with its national partners,…

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SNAP under attack

  • Post published:August 6, 2019
  • Post category:News

A new proposal would cut essential food aid for 3 million Americans and 68,000 New Jersey residents. Anti-hunger advocates across New Jersey are gearing up to fight a new threat…

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