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Robert Flournoy / Comments

Robert Flournoy
Robert Flournoy  (over 2 years ago)

Orange County has the 3rd highest population in the state of California at
approx. 3,055, 745 residents*. *(Source: US Census Bureau Release Date: April 2012)
30.4% of Orange County Households are unable to meet their basic
needs, 90.9% of these households are working families.
1 in 8 Orange County residents face food insecurity, including
1 in 5 children.
Enrollment in Food Stamp programs in Orange County increased 37% in
2010, demonstrating the need for affordable and nutrious foods.
391,380, or 13.1%, of Orange County residents face food insecurity.
Of those residents, about 41% are not qualified for SNAP or other governmental
nutrion program.
33.7% (211,000) of low‐income households in Orange County experience
hunger at least once a day.