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According to new data on Kroger KR, -0.42 percent employees revealed as the epidemic continues to expose and intensify essential workers' financial and health concerns, many supermarket workers struggle to put food on the table even as they help feed their communities. According to a report from the Economic Roundtable, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit research group, and Occidental College, 78 percent of workers at eight Kroger-owned grocery chains — including King Soopers, Ralphs, Food 4 Less, and City Market — believe they have "poor" or "very low" food security. According to the survey, "food surrounds Kroger grocery workers every hour on the job," but "many workers cannot afford balanced and healthy eating." The researchers said, "They run out of food before the end of the month, skip meals, and feel hungry at times." "Parents who have children report going hungry in order to provide food and other necessities for their child
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