O'Neill Institute  |  June 3, 2016

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Food is at the center of American lives, and should be at the center of its policies. The next President of the United States has the opportunity to improve public health, the environment and the U.S. economy by prioritizing the complex arena of the U.S. food system. Based largely on the discourse and ideas generated at Vote Food 2016: Better Food, Better Health, a conference hosted by the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University Law Center, this White Paper offers four principal recommendations to guide the incoming administration, public leaders and other interested stakeholders to implement an integrated and holistic approach to food policy.

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