New Study Finds Food Insecurity Improving In New Mexico

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A new study says nearly 300,000 New Mexico residents, including almost 20-percent of children, face food insecurity on a regular basis.

The new report by Hunger Free America found that from 2018 to 2020 an average of 291,489 New Mexico residents lived in food insecure homes. That means they were unable to always afford an adequate supply of food for themselves and their families.

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