Press Releases


Date Title
September 5, 2018 Nominations Now Open for the 2020 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee
February 26, 2018 USDA and HHS Invite Public Comments on Topics and Scientific Questions for the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
January 10, 2017 Federal Agencies Partner to Motivate Americans to Be Healthy and Active
January 9, 2017 Families Projected to Spend an Average of $233,610 Raising a Child Born in 2015
December 28, 2016 MyPlate, MyWins Helps Americans Turn Resolutions into Real Solutions for Healthy Eating in the New Year
October 5, 2016 MyPlate, MyState: Celebrating Local Foods and Healthy Eating
September 15, 2016 SuperTracker Gets Students Back on Track as They Head Back to School
March 14, 2016 USDA Launches Online MyPlate, MyWins Challenge, Available Throughout National Nutrition Month
January 7, 2016 HHS and USDA Release New Dietary Guidelines to Encourage Healthy Eating Patterns to Prevent Chronic Diseases
July 20, 2015 NIH Body Weight Planner Added to USDA SuperTracker Food and Activity Tool
August 18, 2014 Parents Projected to Spend $245,340 to Raise a Child Born in 2013, According to USDA Report
August 14, 2013 Parents Projected to Spend $241,080 to Raise a Child Born in 2012, According to USDA Report
September 25, 2012 USDA's SuperTracker Diet and Physical Activity Planner Now Allows Users to Set Personal Calorie Targets
September 6, 2012 USDA's SuperTracker Diet Planning and Tracking Tool Reaches One Million Registered Users
June 14, 2012 A Child Born in 2011 Will Cost $234,900 to Raise According to USDA Report
December 22, 2011 USDA Launches New Online Nutrition SuperTracker in Time for Those Healthy New Year Resolutions
June 9, 2011 A Child Born in 2010 Will Cost $226,920 to Raise According to USDA Report

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