Forty-nine million people in the US are food insecure– often unsure they’ll have three decent meals per day. The poor are also often forced to purchase foods that are poor in nutrition, which leads to high rates of obesity. Experts discuss reasons for food insecurity, outcomes, and a variety of inventive solutions.
- Ross Fraser, Director of Media Relations, Feeding America
- Leanne Brown, author, Good and Cheap: How to Eat Well on $4 a Day
- Susan Topping, Senior Director of Partners and Programs, Capital Area Food Bank, Washington, DC