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Millions of Americans are living without adequate access to food, and with the surging number of cases of COVID-19 nationwide we are seeing growing issues with food security. The Rockefeller Foundation recently published a report highlighting the steps the nation needs to take to combat the growing food crisis. Devon Klatell, managing director of the food initiative at the Rockefeller Foundation, joins CBSN to discuss possible solutions.
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