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July 23, 2012MO | By: Totusek
The drought conditions this summer aren't just causing problems for farmers, community food banks are also starting to worry.
Chief Operating Officer for Second Harvest Community Food Bank, Tamara Grubb, says with food prices expected to rise this summer, food banks are concerned that the need for help will rise beyond their ability to provide.