Fighting Food Insecurity Together

You can help us improve access to healthy nutrition for all Americans.

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What is food insecurity and why does it matter?

Food insecurity means a person is struggling to get enough food, or has to make tough choices between food and other needs.

It is estimated that as many as 1 in 7 households in the US experienced food insecurity in 2020.* Although food insecurity is not a new problem, COVID-19 is making it worse.

The AHA believes in the right to healthy food for all people to live their best lives. That’s why we’re working to improve nutrition and food security for everyone, everywhere in America


* Feeding America. The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020 & 2021

Poor nutrition can lead to poor health.

When people struggle with making their food dollar stretch further, they may have to sacrifice quality or variety or even skip meals to make ends meet.

The results can be devastating, with increased risk of: 

  • Obesity, heart disease, diabetes and some types of cancer
  • Trouble in school for children and teens
  • Increased stress and poor mental health

10 Recipes that cost under $10

10 recipes under $10 with 10 ingredients or lessJoin the Healthy for Good movement to create lasting change, one small step at a time. Join now and for a limited time, get our 10 Under $10 digital recipe booklet free!

These recipes can help kick-start eating well in 2021. Each entrée allows you and your family to eat healthy for less than $2.50 per serving.

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Resources for Healthy Eating

Check out these simple recipes, shopping tips and budget stretchers.

Double Duty Meals Save Time

Cooking enough of a basic ingredient (poultry, meats, vegetables or beans) at one time to use for two meals helps save time and money.

In this video, learn tips to use for food safety as you transform leftovers into a brand-new meal.

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Finding Food Resources

If your family or someone you know is struggling to afford or find enough nutritious food, help is available.

Due to COVID-19, Congress provided additional funding for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps, which helps ensure that low-income Americans receive the food they need.

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Being Part of the Solution

Be part of the solution.

Join us to advocate for healthier food for children across America. With your help we can make a difference.

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