Food insecurity, food and nutrition programs, and aging: experiences from Georgia.

Abstract

Food insecurity and hunger are real and growing problems in the United States. Among older adults, the prevalence of food insecurity is at a 14-year high and occurred in more than 8% of households with older adults in 2008 according to USDA. However, the rate is at least 10% higher when less severe degrees of food insecurity are considered. Emerging… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/01639366.2010.480895

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@article{Lee2010FoodIF, title={Food insecurity, food and nutrition programs, and aging: experiences from Georgia.}, author={J. A. K. S. Lee and Joan G. Fischer and Mary Ann N. Johnson}, journal={Journal of nutrition for the elderly}, year={2010}, volume={29 2}, pages={116-49} }