New hunger report shows food insecurity on the rise – What We Know!

CHICAGO (WLS) — The Chicago Meals Depository launched a starvation standing report for the spring of 2022.

The information confirmed that meals insecurity charges proceed at pre-pandemic ranges and have been rising for the reason that final report within the fall of 2021.

In what the report calls a “disaster of inequity,” meals insecurity charges are considerably larger amongst Black and Latino households. The information additionally confirmed starvation amongst households total has risen from 13% to 16%, and amongst households with kids from 18.5% to 22%. Starvation amongst White households with kids is 16%; 28% amongst Latino households with kids; and, 32% amongst Black households with kids.

Go to the Chicago Meals Depository for extra on the Spring 2022 Standing Report.

For extra info, go to chicagofoodbank.org and solvehungertoday.org.

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