Food insecurity affects more U.S. households, children

08/11/2010 | Newsweek

The number of American households considered food insecure is increasing, with one in four children now in a home that sometimes runs out of food, says Rev. David Beckmann, president of Bread for the World. He says the main issue is intermittent hunger, but families with food insecurity also tend to buy cheaper, less healthy food, which is bad for children.

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