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The cost of nutrition: higher prices hinder healthy eating


The cost of nutrition: higher prices hinder healthy eating
Scranton Times-Tribune

“People who are food insecure are disproportionately affected by diet-related chronic diseases,” said Gretchen Hunt, a dietician and director of resource development at the Commission on Economic Opportunity, the Weinberg food bank’s parent organization.

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