Food as medicine as social service
The program costs LESS than the expenses of not helping people
Low cost, high yield and better quality of life
Big Pharma, Big Food, and the Medical Industrial Complex are going to hate this.
Home delivered healthy, medically-tailored meals to people who are ill and food insecure.
The program costs LESS than the expenses of not helping people.
An innovation from the good people of Massachusetts. How about the other 49 states?
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