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Food-Bank Organizers Face Shortages

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Food-Bank Organizers Face Shortages

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Food-Bank Organizers Face Shortages

Food-Bank Organizers Face Shortages

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Global food shortages and a faltering U.S. economy are hurting food banks. Leaders in the food bank community are finding creative ways to cope. Two food-bank organizers discuss their approach to the problem.

Deborah Flateman, CEO of the Maryland Food Bank, and Bob Evans, president of the United Food Bank in Mesa, Ariz., discuss their approaches to the problem in a conversation with Melissa Block.

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