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The primary objective of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program is to help low-income families acquire the knowledge, skills and changed behavior necessary to achieve more adequate diets. At the end of June 1970, over 7,000 nonprofessional aides were working with 237,000 families. Since the beginning of the program about 348,000 families representing an estimated 1.7 million persons have been enrolled in the program. Progress is reflected both in level of nutrition knowledge and fooddoi:10.22004/ag.econ.323965 fatcat:wu76gzrv2bc67cwryuppytavk4