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Low-income Marylanders face food insecurity as federal COVID benefits come to an end

May 8, 2023
Food Aisle on Supermarket

With the federal health emergency nearing its end in mid-May, low-income Marylanders are still struggling with food insecurity and the costs of everyday household items, according to a statewide hunger-relief non-profit. “Between inflation and the end of government pandemic emergency aid, the need for food assistance in Maryland remains high as the rates of food affordability, financial hardship, and food insufficiency continue to trend upward across all income groups,” according to a press release from the Maryland Food Bank.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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