Christine Tran

Executive Director, Los Angeles Food Policy Council

Executive Director of Los Angeles Food Policy Council

Christine Tran on KCRW

Los Angeles Food Policy Council examines why 600,000 residents eligible for SNAP benefits have not accessed resources.

New report explores why eligible Angelenos aren’t applying for food assistance

Los Angeles Food Policy Council examines why 600,000 residents eligible for SNAP benefits have not accessed resources.

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