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In America, millions of low-income families struggle each month to obtain a minimally adequate diet. In 2006, 12.6 million children and 22.9 million adults lived in households struggling against hunger, and those numbers are expected to grow amid a weakening economy, rising joblessness and increased food prices.
It is an outrage that hunger would plague so many in one of the world's biggest food exporters, where more than enough food is produced to feed every American.
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