Summer is here and vulnerable R.I.ers face serious food insecurity

It is a seeming contradiction that during the height of the growing season in Rhode Island, food scarcity is at its most acute. The reason: School’s out. The Rhode Island Community Food Bank provides 10 million pounds of food to 160 agencies in the course of a year. But that is still not enough to…

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