Nearly Half Of Maryland Families Face Food Insufficiency, Maryland Food Bank Finds

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Nearly half of Maryland families said their children were sometimes or often not eating enough food because of high costs, according to a new study from the Maryland Food Bank.

The organization analyzed U.S. Census data and determined 45% of families said they were sometimes not giving enough food to their children because it’s too expensive.

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