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Food Insecurity in Florida is Devastating

Prior to COVID 19, Florida already suffered severely in regard to hunger and income. No one really thinks about the domino effect hunger has on a community. What it means when a child doesn’t have enough food to eat over the weekend and has to return to school hungry. What it means for our homeless veterans to not be provided a warm meal.

Feeding America’s Map the Meal Gap online tool shows that 2.8 million unduplicated individuals were identified in Florida as food insecure, or not knowing where they would secure their next meal, in 2017.

Okaloosa and Walton County alone makes up over 35,000 of those numbers.


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