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Voices from Pennsylvania’s fight against hunger

“According to Feeding America, approximately 1.7 million in the state struggle with food insecurity — that’s one out of every eight people. Half a million are children. Fortunately, an increasingly strong network of dedicated people is working to provide assistance. Here are just a few Pennsylvanians who serve the hungry through policy advocacy, developing programs […]

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Pittsburgh Current

Non-Profit Profile: Just Harvest

“Ken Regal, executive director of Just Harvest, has been working at the nonprofit since it began in 1986. In that time, Just Harvest has continuously grown its programs to address the causes of hunger in new ways. It operates with the long-term goal of eradicating hunger through changes to public policy and the food system….”

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Fresh Divide: After years without a grocery store, a new kind of market comes to Clairton

“This is the last of four stories examining food deserts in the Pittsburgh region. Clairton has been one of Green Grocer’s stops since the beginning. The city of nearly 7,000 people that’s south of Pittsburgh along the Monongahela remains one of the most popular stops for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s mobile farmers market, which started […]

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