Report: More than 11M meals are missed annually in R.I. by low-income residents

PROVIDENCE — Low-income residents in Rhode Island are annually missing 11.3 million meals and closing such a gap will require “significant investment” in federal nutrition programs and at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, according to the food bank’s latest Status Report on Hunger in Rhode Island issued Monday. The number of missed meals noted…

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