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20%

f ood

where Coul d our

be goi ng?

O F A L L o u rF O O D

WASTED

I S

E V E R YY E A R

33%

32% 32% 31% 31%

25%

23%

18%

16%

16%

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*PE RCE NTAGEOFF OODWASTE D BYCATE GORY

B i l l i o n d o l l a r s

T H I Sc o u l df e e d

4 9mi l l i o n P E O P L E

l i v i n gi nP o v e r t yi nt h eU n i t e dS t a t e s

T H EP O V E R T YR A T E :

1 2 . 3 %

Me t r o p o l i t a nA r e a s

1 8 . 5 %

8 . 7 %

C e n t r a l c i t i e s

s u b u r b s

C h i l d r e n

2 6 % 3 9 %poor o f t h e

populati on

o f t h e

P o v e r t yR a t eb yr a c e

8. 2%

12. 5% 25. 6% 26. 1%

p o v e r t yr a t ef o rc h i l d r e nu n d e r6 I nh o u s e h o l dwi t hn oh u s b a n dp r e s e n t

5 4 . 8 %

p o v e r t yr a t ef o rc h i l d r e nu n d e r6 I nh o u s e h o l dwi t hama r r i e dc o u p l e

1 0 . 1 %

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