Special Report

States Where Single People Pay the Most for Food

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30. Georgia
> Est. annual food costs: $3,290
> Median household income: $61,224 (22nd lowest)
> Food stamp recipiency rate: 12.8% (19th highest)
> Food insecurity rate: 9.0% (7th highest)

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29. South Dakota
> Est. annual food costs: $3,303
> Median household income: $59,896 (20th lowest)
> Food stamp recipiency rate: 9.5% (11th lowest)
> Food insecurity rate: 10.5% (3rd highest)

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28. Tennessee
> Est. annual food costs: $3,320
> Median household income: $54,833 (9th lowest)
> Food stamp recipiency rate: 13.1% (17th highest)
> Food insecurity rate: 8.5% (12th highest)

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27. Alabama
> Est. annual food costs: $3,333
> Median household income: $52,035 (6th lowest)
> Food stamp recipiency rate: 13.7% (10th highest)
> Food insecurity rate: 7.9% (15th highest)

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26. Alaska
> Est. annual food costs: $3,344
> Median household income: $77,790 (8th highest)
> Food stamp recipiency rate: 12.9% (18th highest)
> Food insecurity rate: 9.2% (5th highest)

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