Scotland Covid-19 , Health and social care , Welfare and equalities

Swift Read: Food Insecurity and Poverty

Summary

The pandemic has highlighted various faults in the UK’s food systems, from the quality of free school meals and their provision over holidays to soaring food bank numbers. This briefing outlines some of the most recent issues and policies regarding food and poverty in Scotland, where food insecurity is more prevalent than in the rest of the UK, looking at proposed actions to tackle the issue.

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