Food insufficiency rates are higher among Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander households and American Indian and Alaska Native households compared with other racial and ethnic groups

Food insufficiency rates are higher among Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander households and American Indian and Alaska Native households compared with other racial and ethnic groups

Very low and low food sufficiency during the Coronavirus pandemic affected certain segments of the U.S. population more than others. From January 6–September 27, 2021, the prevalence of food insufficiency was higher among Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander households and American Indian and Alaska Native households than other racial and ethnic groups. For most groups, food insufficiency was higher for households with children.


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