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March 3, 2021

Feeding Hungry Vermonters

Food & Beverage Law Blog

Readers, let’s help feed hungry Vermonters! VT Digger reports that Vermont food shelves are struggling to keep up as the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, with over 70,000 Vermonters currently dealing with hunger. Food shelves struggle to keep up as pandemic drags on - VTDigger. Here are some worthy organizations fighting to end hunger in Vermont. In early January, I visited the wonderful workers and volunteers at Loaves & Fishes in Brattleboro and witnessed firsthand the great work they do to prepare and distribute their no-questions-asked meals for the needy:

Hunger Free Vermont (hungerfreevt.org)

Feeding Chittenden – Alleviate hunger by feeding people and cultivating opportunities.

Lamoille Community Food Share (lcfoodshare.org)

Vermont Foodbank, the state's largest hunger relief organization (vtfoodbank.org)

Vermont Everyone Eats! (vteveryoneeats.org)

Loaves & Fishes | The Atlas | Vermont Farm to Plate (vtfarmtoplate.com)

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