FOOD INSECURITY IN HOUSEHOLDS WITH CHILDREN: FOOD ASSISTANCE RESEARCH BRIEF

Household food security, defined as access at all times to enough food for active healthy living, is taken for granted by most American children. However, some parents do have difficulty at times getting enough food for themselves and, more rarely, for their children. This brief examines the extent to which the diets and eating patterns of American children are disrupted because their families cannot always afford enough food.


Issue Date:
Jul 01 2003
Publication Type:
Report
Language:
English
Total Pages:
2
Series Statement:
Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Report Number 34-13




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