(FOX BUSINESS) – As families deal with rising grocery costs, local food assistance programs have been similarly affected by high prices.
The nation’s food banks are now struggling with inflation, fueled by the global supply chain crisis. It comes at the same time demand has increased just before the holiday season.
At the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, volunteers will distribute more than 1 million pounds of food each week in November to meet the growing need.
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