Rising food prices are causing Florida families to reduce the amount of food they consume and choose less healthy options, a new survey from Farm Share found.
The survey showed more than half of Floridians have modified their eating habits in at least some way to accommodate higher grocery prices, with low-income families disproportionately affected by those financial decisions.
Families with minor children (77%), Black (69%) and Hispanic residents (66%), and those under 45 (66%) are the most impacted.
What’s worse, nearly a third of parents (29%) say they’ve had to cut back on fresh produce, with 21% saying they now
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