The United States wastes roughly 70 billion pounds of food every year, an estimated quarter of all food produced in the country. Now, TV “Top Chef” Tom Colicchio aims to bring the issue to the highest levels of government with…
By Jason Kane
Summertime can present a great nutritional risk for children in need. Without the support of the free and reduced lunch programs offered in schools, many U.S. children go hungry between June and August. This year, the problem is expected to…
By Mary Jo Brooks
"Hunger Through My Lens" gives digital cameras to food stamp recipients and asks them to chronicle what it's like to be hungry in America. So far, 15 women --who come from all walks of life-- have participated. Over the months,…
By PBS NewsHour
According to the USDA, 30 to 40 percent of the food produced in America goes uneaten. Mona Iskander reports from West Virginia on how new businesses have emerged to help kitchens reduce food waste while turning a profit.
By Ellen Rolfes
Seventeen million of the 50 million people in the U.S. living in food insecure households are children. These are the top 10 counties and metropolitan areas where food insecurity is most rampant for those under the age of 18.
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