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Buying groceries isn't a problem just for the poor – middle-class millennials like me with student debt have trouble too

By Cassandra M. Johnson, Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Foods, Texas State University
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When I teach undergraduate and graduate students about food insecurity, I sometimes mention that my perspective is based not only on professional expertise but also on my personal experience.

Food insecurity might sound like the same thing as hunger, but that’s not the case. The somewhat technical term food insecurity applies when people can’t get the food they need for themselves or their families because of a lack of money or other resources.


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