Long Lines Are Back at US Food Banks as Inflation Hits High
The surge in food prices comes after state governments ended COVID-19 disaster declarations that temporarily allowed increased benefits under SNAP, the federal food stamp program covering some 40 million Americans.
Food Banks Struggle to Meet Demand Amid Inflation
Inflation is hitting low-income families especially hard, forcing many to turn to food banks.
Omicron Wave Leaves US Food Banks Scrambling for Volunteers
Food banks are experiencing a critical shortage of volunteers as the omicron variant frightens people away from group activities.