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Monday, 3 March 2014

Food Poverty Now Bigger Public Health Concern Than Diet – Expert Claims

Panorama explores claims many turn to food banks due to being penalised when judged to have broken benefit conditions

The prevalence of poverty–stricken families who cannot afford to buy sufficient food is overtaking unhealthy eating as the most pressing public health concern, a public health specialist has claimed.

The claim is made in a BBC Panorama documentary to be broadcast on Monday evening which found that over a third of local authorities in England and Wales were now providing funding for food banks, despite government claims that charity food is not a part of the social security system.

Food Poverty Now Bigger Public Health Concern Than Diet – Expert Claims

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