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Ohio Foodbanks' Study Shows ‘Elevated Need’ in State

Food insecurity continues to rise

A statewide study shows inflation and the lapse in pandemic-era help are causing Ohioans to have to choose between food and other necessities.

The Ohio Association of Foodbanks conducted an anonymous study that garnered more than 2,000 responses from residents in 33 percent of Ohio ZIP codes.

The results showed nearly 2 in 3 Ohio households have adults who have “cut the size of meals or skipped meals because there wasn’t enough money for food” in the last year, with 1 in 3 doing so almost monthly.\

Please select this link to read the complete article from The Ohio Capital Journal.

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