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Access to Food in America, Alisha Coleman-Jensen, USDA

Friday, Dec. 28, 2012 at 9:15 a.m.

Alisha Coleman-Jensen, Social Science Analyst at the Economic Research Service (ERS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), discusses the latest food security data by poverty status, unemployment and household composition. Food security means access at all times to adequate nutritious food.

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Presentation [PDF]

Biography: Alisha Coleman-Jensen

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Household Food Security in the United States in 2011 [PDF]
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Main findings [PDF]
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Food insecurity and very low food security - Definitions [PDF]
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U.S. households by food security status, 2011 [PDF]
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Examples of food security survey questions [PDF]
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Trends in food insecurity and unemployment [PDF]
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Prevalence of food insecurity by State, average 2009-2011 [PDF]
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Households with children by food security status, 2011 [PDF]
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Food insecurity by household composition, 2011 [PDF]
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Food insecurity by poverty status, 2011
[PDF]
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Trends in food insecurity and poverty [PDF]
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When food insecurity occurs, it is not usually chronic [PDF]
     

Source of Information: Household Food Security in the United States in 2011

The report summary


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Public Information Office | PIO@census.gov | Last Revised: September 09, 2014