Low-income women in California may be at risk of inadequate folate intake
California Agriculture 61(2):85-89. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v061n02p85.
E. R. Cena is Doctoral Candidate; A. Block Joy is Director, California Food Stamp Nutrition Education (F5NE) program, and Cooperative Extension Specialist; K. Heneman is Post-Doctoral Scholar; S. Zidenberg-Cherr is Cooperative Extension Specialist; all are in the Department of Nutrition, UC Davis.
Carl Keen, UC Davis Department of Nutrition Chair, served as Guest Associate Editor for this manuscript. The USDA Fellowship in Human Nutrition and the FSNE program/USDA provided funding. We thank FSNE program county staff for participant recruitment and data collection: Mary Blackburn, Patty Davidson, Renee Dwyer, Gloria Espinosa-Hall, Margaret Fields, Chutima Ganthavorn, Rogenia Harrison, Sharon lunge, Christine McNamara, Dorothy Smith, Patti Wooten Swanson and Barbara Turner. Our thanks also to Torin Block of Block Dietary Data Systems for scanning the screeners and guidance with questions about the screener. The FSNE program assists food stamp-eligible clients in improving their health and well-being.