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US food insecurity surveys aren't getting accurate data regarding Latino families

By Cassandra M. Johnson, Assistant Professor of Nutrition, Texas State University
Amanda C. McClain, Assistant Professor of Nutrition, San Diego State University
Katherine Dickin, Associate Professor of Public & Ecosystem Health, Cornell University
The federal government has conducted the U.S. Household Food Security Survey Module for more than 25 years. The data collected annually from about 50,000 U.S. households helps form estimates of the scale of food insecurity…The Conversation

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