A recent poll commissioned by No Kid Hungry Florida sheds light on the challenges Floridian families face in affording groceries, with rising food prices outpacing incomes. Families are making sacrifices, like shopping at multiple locations (58%) and opting for cheaper, less convenient stores (48%), often sacrificing food quality. This financial strain hits hard for families with students in K-12 public schools, where 82% report difficulty affording groceries. This underscores the critical role of school meals in providing essential nutrition to students. Explore the full survey results to understand the impact of food insecurity in Florida.