Hunger is a statewide epidemic in NJ says advocate
The state and federal government are not doing enough to help low-income New Jersey residents put food on the table and coupled with a lingering recession, more families are forced into the already strained emergency food system according to anti-hunger advocates.
Twelve Percent in NJ Can’t Afford Nutritious Food [AUDIO]
About one in eight New Jersey households can't afford to buy enough nutritious food according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. To raise awareness of the number of those struggling to eat, food banks throughout New Jersey will participate in National Hunger Action Month.

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