Special Report

States With the Most Unreliable Access to Healthy Food

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34. Nebraska
> Food insecurity rate: 11.9%
> Children ages 2-4 using WIC: 14.7% (21st highest)
> Median household income: $63,229 (25th highest)
> Poverty rate: 9.9% (11th lowest)

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34. New York
> Food insecurity rate: 11.9%
> Children ages 2-4 using WIC: 14% (25th lowest)
> Median household income: $72,108 (14th highest)
> Poverty rate: 13% (17th highest)

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32. Washington
> Food insecurity rate: 12%
> Children ages 2-4 using WIC: 13.8% (23rd lowest – tied)
> Median household income: $78,687 (7th highest)
> Poverty rate: 9.8% (9th lowest)

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32. Delaware
> Food insecurity rate: 12%
> Children ages 2-4 using WIC: 16.3% (6th highest – tied)
> Median household income: $70,176 (16th highest)
> Poverty rate: 11.3% (22nd lowest)

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30. Vermont
> Food insecurity rate: 12.1%
> Children ages 2-4 using WIC: 12.9% (12th lowest)
> Median household income: $63,001 (25th lowest)
> Poverty rate: 10.2% (15th lowest)

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