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So far this year, our food trucks and pantries have distributed 3.3 million meals to local communities

An estimated 14.0 percent of American households were food insecure at least some time during the year in 2014, meaning they lacked access to enough food for an active, healthy life for all household members. In Texas, the number is higher:

  • The household food insecurity rate for Texas is 18.4%, significantly higher than the national average. Source: Texas Hunger Initiative
  • Over 27% of children under 18 in Dallas live in households that have experienced food insecurity in the past year. Source: Feeding America
  • Dallas County ranks 5.9 out of 10 on the Food Environment Index (FEI). The FEI combines two data points – the percentage of population that is low-income with low access to grocery stores, and the percentage of population that did not have access to reliable food sources in the past year. Source: University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute County Health Rankings National Data

Information courtesy of Green Dallas