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More than 9 in 10 Americans can get food delivered at a click, new research finds

Food delivery zones now reach 93% of the US population. Image: Unsplash/Ismael Paramo

Carey L. Biron

Writer and Editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Online purchasing in the US surged during the pandemic and food delivery zones now reach 93% of the population Image: Alyssa Schukar for Feeding America.

An Instacart food delivery in Pleasant Hill, California, in April 2021. Image: Instacart.

Man smiling in his car after visiting a food bank. Image: Feeding America.
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