More than 50 Million Americans Can’t Buy Food | THE JEENYUS CORNER


Tami Luhby

More than 50 million Americans couldn’t afford to buy food at some point in 2011, according to federal data.

Children in some 3.9 million households suffered from food insecurity last year, with their families unable to provide them with adequate, nutritious food at times.

Nearly 17 million Americans suffered from “very low food security,” meaning they had to reduce the amount they ate, saying the food they bought did not last and they didn’t have the funds to buy more. They typically found themselves in this situation a few days a month for seven months of the year.

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6 comments on “More than 50 Million Americans Can’t Buy Food | THE JEENYUS CORNER

  1. Inflation is a bitch. Basically the bankers and government are pricing everyone out of the market. That can work for awhile, but eventually, is there anyone left to steal from?

  2. Obama said we are in good shape? All my neighbors lost their homes and pay is decreasing. Gas is going up. We need change. Less government and more jobs. Let the states control the money. Federal government know how to mess up only.


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