NPR's Tovia Smith reports on another study that confirms that more people are relying on food pantries and soup kitchens for meals. Second Harvest, the nation's largest hunger-relief organization, said today that their new survey concluded that the majority of those seeking help to get enough to eat live outside big cities, are mostly white, overwhelmingly female, and either very old or very young.



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