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Food Markets In Low-Income Areas Feel Stress Of Supply Chain02:37
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Ever since the coronavirus started spreading in the U.S., people have been buying a lot more groceries that they can store for long periods of time, such as pasta and rice. But the supply chain can't keep up with demand, and the shortages are pushing prices up.

Farida Jhabvala Romero (@faridajhabvala) from member station KQED reports that food markets in low-income neighborhoods are feeling the pinch.

This segment aired on April 24, 2020.

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