Food distribution

The food we grow and eat influences every aspect of our cities, our communities and ourselves. But nowadays, a small number of major corporations control the vast majority of food distribution. This has devastating effects on workers, the environment and even the long-term stability of our food supply. In a world of global food monopolies, how can we future-proof food?
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Police officers in Ferguson, Missouri help distribute food.
While food distribution is the core of the work we do at Feeding America, many of our food banks also help people address the factors that contribute to their food insecurity.
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This organic nonsense has to stop. I'd like to request that those who don't know agriculture cease stoking a divisive debate that misses the heart of the problem: We're not sure how we should grow food, and thus we're not sure how to eat.
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The South Carolina town has an unemployment rate of 14 percent and many families are struggling to put food on the table