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Drought Expected to Decimate Food Bank Donations

The agricultural workers who pick fruits and vegetables that end up being donated to food banks across the Bay Area are in danger of losing their jobs, and may need some help themselves. The effects of California's drought is hitting the state's food banks, which serve 2 million of its ...

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