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Season Endorsed by the White House for Commitment to Address Hunger and Chronic Conditions

The leading food-as-medicine platform commits to creating equitable access to clinical nutrition care and medically-tailored food for the 117 million Americans with diet-driven chronic conditions by aligning incentives of food retailers, doctors and insurance providers.

Austin, TX - Feb. 27, 2024 - Season Health, the leading national food-as-medicine platform designed to address chronic condition management at scale, today was recognized by the White House for the organization’s commitment to integrate nutrition and health in communities across the United States as part of the White House Challenge to End Hunger and Build Healthy Communities.

The Challenge is a nationwide call-to-action to stakeholders across all of society to make bold commitments to advance President Biden’s goal to end hunger and reduce diet-related diseases by 2030—all while reducing disparities. The Challenge builds on the success of the $8 billion package of private and public sector commitments that the Administration announced as part of the historic White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health in September 2022, and complements the Biden-Harris Administration’s work to implement the National Strategy on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health.

“Season is proud to be recognized by the White House for our commitments to investing in health-related social needs and integrating nutrition and health for all Americans,” said Season co-founder and CEO Josh Hix. “We are empowering consumers to make healthier choices by creating a healthy food ecosystem around each consumer, solving nutrition deserts, and aligning incentives across the healthcare system to drive improved health outcomes.”

Season’s commitment was shared by the White House today in a convening of national leaders and stakeholders in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. Below is a summary of Season’s commitment.

By 2025, Season Health will integrate nutrition and health in communities across the United States by partnering with health insurance and food companies in the industry’s first value-based care contracts. By aligning the incentives of food retailers, doctors and insurance providers, Season will solve nutrition deserts, making it easy for people to access dietitian services and food insecurity screening, as well as healthy food personalized for them and covered as a health benefit, leading to measurable health outcomes. Season will help train healthcare professionals, will work with food retailers to highlight and sell more healthy food than they are today, and will partner with food entrepreneurs to help them establish healthy prepared meal companies and restaurants to increase the availability of culturally-relevant prepared meal options in many communities. By aligning incentives of food companies, doctors and insurance, we can make healthy, culturally appropriate food available and affordable in all communities. 

Progress towards these commitments will be reported by Season to the White House at regular intervals between now and early 2025, with broader reporting on the collective commitments of The Challenge coming from the Biden Administration.

Learn more about the White House Challenge to End Hunger and Build Healthy Communities here.

About Season Health

Season Health is the only integrated clinical nutrition solution that drives engagement, outcomes and cost of care reduction across populations powered by its food-as-medicine platform. With one of the largest networks of registered dietitians and curated food market of national and local vendors, Season empowers individuals and their families to make informed, sustainable choices, measurably improving both health outcomes and quality of life. Learn more at

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