The Food Bank of America’s new program to offer food to Alzheimer’s patients has drawn some attention from outside the organization.
The charity announced it will be rolling out a new food bank in Houston, Texas, which is a Houston suburb, and the organization said it is working with local governments to create a network of support for the community.
The program is being touted as a way to address the crisis of food insecurity, but some critics have expressed concerns that the program could be used to promote the privatization of food.
The Food Banks of America announced the new program in an announcement this week, and its website was updated Tuesday with the new information.
The new program will help people who have access to nutritious food in their homes, but are in need of assistance at a local food pantry.
It’s not clear if there are other locations or if this is a pilot program for the Houston program.
The news comes amid a debate over the role of government agencies in feeding people, as well as a broader debate about how best to improve access to food in communities that have lost power and wealth in recent years.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization has urged governments to prioritize access to healthy food for people in the developing world, and there are growing calls for an end to the “war on hunger.”
The Food Aid Act passed in 2005 included a provision requiring that food aid programs provide at least 80 percent of their total cost to households.
The bill was signed into law by President George W. Bush.
The food bank program will offer assistance to people with a family income of $12,000 or less, or individuals who have a household income of less than $8,000.
It will also give food to people who are able to work and to those who are not able to find a job.
The fund will be operated by a non-profit corporation called the Food Banks Foundation, and it is expected to operate for five years.
As part of the program, the Food Basket program will be expanded to include more low-income households and provide a supplemental food allowance for those households who qualify for it.