Food Bank Supplies Dangerously Low

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In Summerside, PEI, more food hampers than ever are being handed out, leaving food bank shelves bare and back-up supplies almost deleted.

More users means less stock, said the Salvation Army’s Karen Mallett, which means the organization has to dip into other program funds to stock the shelves.

But, admitted Mallett, even that isn’t enough to fill the food bank.

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