Of or relating to activity and policies directed towards eliminating hunger as social problem (adjective)
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Use "anti-hunger" in a sentence
"At the time, the Food Research and Action Center, a national anti-hunger organization that lobbies on behalf of food stamps and other programs, estimated that a family of four will receive $59 less per month starting in November 2013 as a result of the $2.2-billion cut, which came on the heels of another $11.9-billion cut to food stamps that was folded into a state-aid bill."
"Because ConAgra has an anti-hunger champion, "we can leverage the issue for business and social impact," the 42-year-old executive notes."
"Her anti-hunger push led the big packaged-foods producer last spring to name her vice president of cause and foundation, a new position she had proposed to oversee philanthropy, volunteerism and cause marketing, which pairs a product or brand with a social mission."