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Karen Pooley, the treasurer of the Mitchell Food Pantry, spoke about the need for healthier eating and better food choices during a discussion on hunger and food at the United Church of Christ Congregational Church Thursday night. (Tom Lawrence/Republic)

Food, hunger issues chewed on at local meeting

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There's plenty of food. That's not the problem. Ensuring everyone has equal access to food, and trying to get people to eat healthy foods -- now there's the problem.

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