The New York State Health Foundation‘s report on Food Scarcity in New York State During the COVID-19 Pandemic looks at self-reported survey data related to food scarcity in New York State during the coronavirus pandemic. It presents food scarcity rates by race and ethnicity, age, and household income, and compares New York State with neighboring states. Rates are also shown for child food scarcity. It assesses how different groups of New Yorkers are accessing free meals and groceries and from which access points (e.g., school programs, food pantries). Finally, it measures which methods food-scarce New Yorkers are using to meet their household spending needs. Unless otherwise specified, results in this report are among adult New Yorkers.
One Year Later: Food Scarcity in New York State During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Post author:Katie O'Loughlin
- Post published:March 30, 2021
- Post category:Data