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Rising food prices hit home

May 22nd 2009
America's working families with basic incomes are having to join the homeless community in queuing up for food at soup kitchens because of the impact of rising food and fuel prices. Anthony Butler, executive director of St John's Bread and Life New York, said: "The pantry served 350,000 meals last year, and this year they are expecting an average 27 per cent increase in the number of people coming in for food." Food prices in the US are expected to rise by an additional five per cent this year.

June 2008



A wake-up call from Broadway and the Corporation of London

Olympic experience

Pavement out-patients

Alcohol gel is the new meths, and just as dangerous

Teenagers leave homeless man blind

It's lonely being homeless in Newcastle

New start at Spitalfields Crypt Trust

The homeless carbon footprint

Rising food prices hit home

Tories in Crisis... for a launch

Musical clash in Camden

Rough sleeper evicted from car park

Where's Justiceville?

Finding 'The Pie Man?'

More on the 'Black Widow' murders

Knowing your limits

The Barka Foundation


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