A USDA report released last month found more than 17 million households lacked access to adequate food at some point during 2009. That's 3 of every 20 households in the United States. But what might be surprising is that, despite the recession, the number of food insecure houses held steady from the year before. WPSU's Emily Reddy reports on why that is, and how agencies in Central Pennsylvania have helped stave off hunger.
Stories: Food Security in Central Pennsylvania
By EMILY REDDY • December 2, 2010