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More Americans couldn't get enough to eat in 2020 – a change that hit the middle class hardest

By Zheng Tian, Postdoctoral Scholar, Penn State
Stephan J. Goetz, Professor of Agricultural and Regional Economics, Penn State
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Americans in households with annual incomes from $50,000 to $75,000 experienced the sharpest increase in food insufficiency when the COVID-19 pandemic began – meaning that many people in…

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