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Charitable Food Distributions On The Rise In Great Britain

June 4, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
The U.K. is experiencing an upsurge in charity food distribution, according to a report by the country’s largest food bank network, Trussell Trust. The network handed out 1.2 million food parcels to families and individuals in need from 2,000 pantries in 2016-2017, the ninth consecutive annual rise. But Trussell is not the only food distribution operation in the U.K. The Independent Food Aid Network (Ifan) says at least 651 grassroots food banks operate independently of Trussell. They include small voluntary groups that distribute only a few food parcels a week, to larger charitable operations that hand out thousands of parcels each year. A Labour Party MP said the figures “show the tide of hunger sweeping the U.K.” [Image Credit: ©   Tesco]
Patrick Butler, "Report Reveals Scale of Food Bank Use in the UK", The Guardian, June 04, 2017, © Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies
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