Question for Americans and Canadians - does your government’s measuring of food insecurity actually inform policy making decisions on such matters as poverty and welfare?
The U.S. Congress (as I see it) is pretty fractured and dysfunctional right now. Cultural welfare and doing good for the commonweal just isn’t there.
OTOH, food corporations have stepped up to address this issue in a big way here in the U.S.
If the United States “solves” this dilemma it will be by people helping people and neighbors helping neighbors.