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  • The Harsh Reality of Food Deserts in America

    One of the key components of someone’s risk of poverty is their location. In regards to many aspects of life, location is everything, especially when it comes to the accessibility to food resources. In the United States, many citizens face the risk of going hungry because of their location within a food desert.  A food… View Article

  • How GMOs Can Bridge the Gap Between Healthy Food and Low Income Communities

    Healthy living has recently become one of the biggest trends in modern society. Celebrities endorse organic eating and clean lifestyles, which has influenced many people to follow in their footsteps. Many companies have begun to label their products as “organic” and “GMO-free” in order to market this new audience and join the trend. While eating clean… View Article

  • Mover Spotlight | Karen Dickens of Colorado Hi-Tec Moving & Storage

    Karen Dickens, president of Colorado Hi-Tec Moving & Storage, a Wheaton agent, recently reflected on the company’s mission to reduce food insecurity in the Denver community. Nearly 90,000 people, including 1 in 6 children, in Denver County face hunger. As a socially responsible businesswoman, Karen invests energy into alleviating this problem on a daily basis. Karen remembers that joining… View Article

  • Hunger In The News: This Week’s Must-Read Articles | June 2, 2017

    A weekly round-up of the stories that caught our eye this week, with an emphasis on hunger, food waste, and poverty in the United States. Why do Americans waste so much food? A pair of new studies provide answers to that question and propose solutions to our food waste epidemic. (USA Today) SNAP recipients who suffer… View Article

  • Hunger In The News: This Week’s Must-Read Articles | May 26, 2017

    A weekly round-up of the stories that caught our eye this week, with an emphasis on hunger, food waste, and poverty in the United States. Food banks that serve rural communities, like Feeding America Southwest Virginia, aren’t receiving enough donations to meet the rising demand. (NPR) President Trump’s proposed budget would cut funding for SNAP… View Article