No surprise: household food insecurity is increasing

The USDA tracks food insecurity in the United States. The percentage closely tracks employment.  The 2008 recession caused an uptick, but then it declined. Now it’s up again, thanks to the pandemic’s putting so many people out of work and causing food prices to rise. The 2020 figure is nearly 15%, with 6.8% of children…

No surprise: household food insecurity is increasing

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