Having a supply of nutritionally safe food, which has continued stability as a food source throughout the year and reasonable access to foods with good nutritional needs. Key words are Supply, Stability, Access
A consequence of food insecurity that, because of prolonged involuntary lack of food, results in discomfort, illness, weakness, or pain beyond a mild uneasy sensation.
A steep decline in food availability with a proportional rise in hunger and malnutrition at the local, national, or global level.
Hunger occurring when enough food exists in an area but some of the people cannot obtain it because they lack money, are being deprived for political reasons, live in a country at war, or suffer from other problems such as lack of transportation.
A term used to describe urban and rural low-income neighborhoods and communities that have limited access to affordable and nutritious foods
Collecting wholesome surplus food for distribution to low-income people who are hungry
Facilities that collect and distribute food donations to authorized organizations feeding the hungry.
Community food collection programs that provide groceries to be prepared and eaten at home.
Programs that provide prepared meals to be eaten on-site; often called soup kitchens.
Nontraditional money sources typically involving small loans to disadvantaged people for business development