The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way Michiganders eat. The problem is not food scarcity. There is excess food in some parts of Michigan’s food supply chain. The problem is disruption to Michigan’s usual food ways.
The people of Michigan who work in food businesses, nonprofits, state agencies, local governments and schools are working hard to feed our children and communities all while protecting the workers who make the food system run. Michigan State University is helping.
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