https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/08/04/grocery-prices-unemployed/

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Earlier in the pandemic, the shock to the food system collided with staggering layoffs and an economy forced into lockdown. Cars filled parking lots to wait at drive-through pantries. From the beginning of March through the end of June, food banks across the country distributed more than 1.9 billion meals, according to Feeding America. In March alone, food banks gave out 20 percent more food than in an average month. Uncertainty, anxiety and sleepless nights for the unemployed as Congress lets $600 benefit lapse. Sean Valadez, 35, of the greater Los Angeles area, came home from Costco in mid-March with a $600 receipt, hoping his grocery haul would feed his family for up to 45 days after he... Full story

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