Suburban poverty and hunger grow in recession's wake

05/10/2011 | USA Today

More financially strapped middle-class families have found themselves in the unexpected position of needing help from government programs or charities to get enough food. A record number of people are considered "food insecure," but Mark Nord, a USDA sociologist, said not everyone who falls in that category is literally going hungry, and some "are able to head off hunger by reducing the quality and variety of their diets."

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