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Survey: Storm losses at many NYC food pantries

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NEW YORK (AP) — Pantries and soup kitchens have struggled to respond to the growing need prompted by Superstorm Sandy while coping with issues such as ruined food and delivery woes, the New York City Coalition Against Hunger said Wednesday. More than 60 percent of agencies responding to the group's annual survey reported an increase in the number of people requesting food after the storm....

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