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(KSL News) Washington County officials are worried about kids getting healthy meals outside of school.
Food bank stocks are down about 35 percent from last year. And while low income kids may qualify for free lunch and breakfast at school, they may still go hungry at home.
Food bank managers are asking people to make donations of nutritious dry and canned goods to help with the shortfall.