U.S. wheat farmers have long played a major role in the fight against world hunger, which is why the U.S. Wheat Associates’ (USW) Trade Policy Team has been helping push for changes to the international food assistance programs under the 2023 Farm Bill. Among other things, proposed changes would reinstate the Food for Peace program’s original intent to allow U.S. farmers to share their harvest to fight global hunger. Changes would also halt the use of America taxpayer dollars to purchase food from competitors of U.S. agriculture. In the video below, USW Director of Trade Policy Peter Laudeman provides an overview of USW’s efforts . . .
https://www.uswheat.org/wp-content/uploads/19NOV-Food-Aid-Trip-to-Kenya-Tanzania-16.jpg 626 1080 Ralph Loos https://www.uswheat.org/wp-content/uploads/USW-Logo-Full-Color.png Ralph Loos2023-06-06 18:28:522023-06-07 06:41:18Video: USW Trade Policy Team, Partners Working to Secure U.S. Farmers’ Role in Feeding the World