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Food insecurity isn’t a food problem; it’s an income problem

Posted on: September 11, 2020

Source: YorkRegion.com

In the first two months of the pandemic, food insecurity rates increased by 39 per cent. COVID-19 has triggered income shocks that are leaving people in financially precarious situations and at high risk of becoming food insecure or more severely food insecure. This is a serious public health crisis.

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