Maura Daly

Vice President of Government Relations, Second Harvest

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Vice President of Government Relations and Advocacy at Second Harvest, the nation's largest network of food banks

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For 30 years, food prices have been declining worldwide, so much that, in western countries, obesity has become a major problem.

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For 30 years, food prices have been declining worldwide, so much that, in western countries, obesity has become a major problem.

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