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The pandemic recession has pushed a further 9.8 million Americans into food insecurity

By Craig Gundersen, Professor of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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A team of experts are projecting that after a steep increase in 2020, food insecurity rates will dip in 2021. But behind this is a racial gap – rates for Black Americans will remain stubbornly high.

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