Economy

November 15, 2010 4:18 PM

Land of plenty? U.S. hunger rate remains stubbornly high

U.S. agriculture officials said Monday that the nation's 15 federal nutrition programs helped keep hunger in check in 2009, but the rate of people who've had to skip meals because they lacked money for food remained at the highest level ever recorded.

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