US: More than 40 million are food insecure

While that is a small improvement on recent years, it still means many people are forced to rely on handouts.

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    A new report says more than 40 million Americans are struggling to pay for enough food month-to-month.

    While that is a small improvement on recent years, it still means many people are forced to rely on handouts.

    Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey visited a food bank in New York.


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