Auditors Fail $103M Subsidy

Fewer than half of Northern families can afford a federally-recommended nutritious diet despite $103 million a year in grocers’ subsidies, say auditors. Investigators said the costly fly-in Nutrition North Program had little impact: “The subsidy focuses on the price of food and not the economic realities.”

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