Food Assistance and COVID-19

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Amidst the current public health emergency, food assistance ensures that people stay as healthy as possible and that economic activity between communities and retailers can continue. The pandemic has left an estimated 117,000 Idahoans without jobs, prompting many to seek support from food pantries and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as “food stamps.”
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