Special Report

Metro Areas Where Families Pay the Most for Food

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5. Napa, CA
> Est. annual food costs: $13,132
> Median family income: $107,995 — 11th highest of 376 metros
> Food Stamp recipiency rate: 5.1% — the lowest of 376 metros
> Food insecurity rate: 2.3% — 7th lowest of 376 metros

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4. Barnstable Town, MA
> Est. annual food costs: $13,162
> Median family income: $99,410 — 23rd highest of 376 metros
> Food Stamp recipiency rate: 7.5% — 35th lowest of 376 metros
> Food insecurity rate: 9.7% — 87th highest of 376 metros

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3. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA
> Est. annual food costs: $13,305
> Median family income: $131,087 — 2nd highest of 376 metros
> Food Stamp recipiency rate: 6.6% — 15th lowest of 376 metros
> Food insecurity rate: 1.4% — 2nd lowest of 376 metros

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2. Urban Honolulu, HI
> Est. annual food costs: $13,846
> Median family income: $103,845 — 15th highest of 376 metros
> Food Stamp recipiency rate: 10.2% — 122nd lowest of 376 metros
> Food insecurity rate: 5.2% — 101st lowest of 376 metros

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1. Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina, HI
> Est. annual food costs: $15,094
> Median family income: $92,627 — 46th highest of 376 metros
> Food Stamp recipiency rate: 10.7% — 142nd lowest of 376 metros
> Food insecurity rate: 8.2% — 153rd highest of 376 metros

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