The state of hunger in Ohio
Food prices remain high and a study by the Ohio Association of Foodbanks found that over half of food bank clients had to choose between paying for food, health care or housing.
Other people are skipping meals or eating less in order to keep food prices in check.
Ahead of a holiday that’s all about the food, we're looking at the state of hunger in Ohio.
- Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, director emeritus, Ohio Association of Foodbanks
- Matt Habash, president/CEO of Mid-Ohio Food Collective
- Dan Sharpe, Vice President for Community Research and Grants, The Columbus Foundation
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