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As the data from the National Income Dynamics Study: Coronavirus Rapid Mobile Survey (Nids-Cram) began to come in during May, it was immediately clear that hunger was widespread.

As is reported elsewhere in the FM this week, 47% of Nids-Cram respondents reported that their households had run out of money to buy food, with 22% reporting that someone in the household had gone hungry in the past seven days. In households with children, 15% of respondents reported that a child had gone hungry in the past seven days...

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