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Why is there acute hunger in the UK and what is to be done about it?

Posted on 19th November 2015 by Su Balu

Birmingham Food Council Director and member of the Fabian Society’s Commission on Food and Poverty, John Middleton, has published interesting insights on food poverty in a bmj blog.

John talks about the future of food banks; modern malnutrition; the broken food system; and the need to raise the status of food, food security and food poverty.

The full blog can be read here.

See also our report: Food insecurity in Birmingham — a city level response? and this blogpost summarising our city-focussed approach, so different from the national picture given by the Fabian Society.

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