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Nearly 40% of low-income households in California are food insecure, with insufficient or uncertain access to food.

Nearly 40% of low-income households in California are food insecure, with insufficient or uncertain access to food.

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Most recent statistics on the prevalence of food insecurity in California, based on data from the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS). Also includes participation data for government nutrition programs (CalFresh/SNAP, school meals and summer meals, WIC, Child and Adult Care Food Program). Data also available by county.

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