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“Sixty percent of formerly incarcerated people surveyed by nonprofit research center Impact Justice said they could not afford canteen purchases, and 75% reported that access to food was limited by their own or their family’s finances, according to a 2020 report. Many people reported having to choose between buying food, or going hungry to afford self-care necessities like toothpaste, tampons and ibuprofen.”

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