How school closings effect food insecurity issues during the pandemic

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(WTNH) — Each year, millions of children rely on their schools for a healthy breakfast and lunch. In the wake of the pandemic, an unprecedented number are now experiencing food insecurity and do not have sufficient food to eat.

Dr. Cheryl A.M. Anderson Professor and Interim Chair in the Department of Family and Public Health at University of California San Diego discusses the importance of strengthening school nutrition standards.

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