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Topic - Alisha Coleman-Jensen
That overall number of food-insecure homes didn't change significantly from 2009 to 2010, she said, but there was real improvement in a subset of homes, described as having "very low food security."
However, the number of households in this category fell by 400,000, to 5.4 percent, or 6.4 million, when compared to 2009, Ms. Coleman-Jensen said.