DHS: Support continue to out there for hungry Minnesotans via SNAP program

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Volunteers pack packing containers of groceries to be donated for family members in north Minneapolis on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020.&#13

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Minnesotans who have not too long ago misplaced their employment and watched their incomes dwindle have much less to spend on requirements, together with foods. As the battle to place wholesome food items on the table has greater, there is far more assist out there from state and local resources, the Department of Human Companies claims.

Due to the fact the COVID-19 pandemic started, the condition and its group associates have issued food benefits to far more than 400,000 Minnesotans for each month, such as youngsters who skipped out on college foods. In most conditions, the support has been funded via the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Software (SNAP) and the federal Coronavirus Air, Reduction and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

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