Report finds 32% of Mass. residents experienced food insecurity last yearPlay
More people in Massachusetts are experiencing food insecurity — amid inflation, high costs of grocery and declining incomes.
That's according to the latest report on hunger from the Greater Boston Food Bank out today, which found 32% of adults in the state — or 1.8 million people — experienced food insecurity last year.
WBUR's Morning Edition host Rupa Shenoy was joined by Greater Boston Food Bank president and CEO, Catherine D’Amato.
This segment aired on June 6, 2022.