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Why HungerCount matters

HungerCount 2015

HungerCount 2015

The HungerCount report presents results from an annual study of more than 4,000 food banks and other food programs in every province and territory.

HungerCount 2013

HungerCount 2013

Key national statistics aimed at reducing the number of people who need to access food banks.

HungerCount 2012

HungerCount 2012

HungerCount is the only report of its kind in Canada which analyses food bank use nationally.

HungerCount 2010

HungerCount 2010

A comprehensive report on hunger and food bank use in Canada, and recommendations for change.

HungerCount 2009

HungerCount 2009

A comprehensive report on hunger and food bank use in Canada, and recommendations for change.

HungerCount 2008

HungerCount 2008

A comprehensive report on hunger and food bank use in Canada, and recommendations for change.

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Hunger Facts

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38%

of food distributed by Canadian food banks is fresh (eg. milk, eggs, fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, bread)