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Food Prices Weigh on Seniors’ Savings, Health and Even Social Ties

by Futures Centre, Mar 3
1 minute read

With food prices continuing to rise, many older Americans have changed their shopping and eating habits, affecting their health and leaving them isolated.

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So what?

How can the food transition consider not only physical aspects of nutrition and well-being but also softer cultural elements of food as it fosters and upholds social activities, especially for vulnerable communities and aging populations?



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