Michael Flood

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

Guest

President of the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank

Michael Flood on KCRW

Millions of Americans are in need of food during this pandemic. The LA Regional Food Bank has seen record demand in the last month.

Facing record demand, LA Regional Food Bank donates millions of pounds each week

Millions of Americans are in need of food during this pandemic. The LA Regional Food Bank has seen record demand in the last month.

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America's ability to produce food is one of the major achievements of modern science and industry. It's almost too successful, as no less than 40% -- almost half — is wasted.

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Two years ago, there were 1.7 million people in LA County at risk of being hungry -- that's close to 20 percent -- and there's no doubt their numbers are on the increase.

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