Idaho Food Bank: Hunger on the Rise

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0  Updated at 2:25 pm, April 30th, 2012 By: Managing Editor
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(POCATELLO) – The number of people going to bed hungry is on the rise in Idaho. According to a recent study by the Idaho Food Bank, the number of families statewide struggling to feed themselves is up from 15.8 percent to 17 percent. Madison County leads the region with 19.2 percent of residents finding it difficult to make ends meet. Teton County had the lowest food insecurity rate at 13.2 percent. 

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