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Manchester Evening News Coverage

The MEN campaign to end the scandal of Greater Manchester’s hungry children began in September 2013, following the publication of figures that showed over 40 per cent of children in Manchester are living below the poverty line.

Since then the campaign has gained support both from MPs across Greater Manchester, as well as David Miliband and Prime Minister, David Cameron. The MEN has worked to raise awareness of food poverty issues to readers, such as rising food and fuel prices, 'food deserts' and changes to the benefits system.

See the recent MEN coverage below:
 

Have your say on child poverty at M.E.N. summit event

From
Manchester Evening News
on
13.09.13

The M.E.N. has teamed up with Manchester Food and Drink Festival for a food poverty summit – with everyone invited to have their say.

Food and Drink Festival appeal to remember hungry families

From
Manchester Evening News
on
18.09.13

People visiting the festival hub in Albert Square are being asked to donate food to distribution charity Fareshare North West, which supplies food banks and homeless shelters

Kellogg's gives 2 million free breakfasts to fight hunger

From
Manchester Evening News
on
13.09.13

Trafford Park-based Kellogg’s will donate two million meals to school breakfast clubs in Britain’s most deprived neighbourhoods.

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