The latest research from the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture indicates that during late April and early May 2020, approximately 525,000 Tennessee households were food insufficient, meaning they sometimes or often did not have enough to eat – that’s one in 10 families. About 30% of these struggling households were food sufficient prior to the onset of the pandemic.
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