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Government and charitable actions likely kept millions of Americans out of food insecurity during the pandemic

By Craig Gundersen, Professor of Economics, Baylor University
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Despite the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the vulnerable in the United States, the percentage of Americans in food-insecure households held steady in 2020 at 10.5%, figures released on Sept. 8, 2021, show.

Although unchanged from 2019, the new numbers are important for two main reasons.

First, food insecurity


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