Supermarket chains these days are addressing many social issues — including food insecurity, neighborhood health needs and youth development — and FMI-The Food Industry Association is recognizing grocers for their efforts.
The Connecticut legislature and Governor Ned Lamont agreed on a biennial $24.2 billion state budget for fiscal years 2022 and 2023. The budget cuts taxes by $600 million and dedicates money to initiatives including mental health care, property tax relief and an extended consumer gas tax hold until December.
The Connecticut Food Association is pleased to host Molly Montville from Elon University as our Summer Communications Intern. Molly is a rising senior, with majors in Strategic Communications and Economics.