Millions of Americans are facing food insecurity as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. That's where small business owners like Lisa Barnett, Manal Kahi, and Deepti Sharma come in. We talked to them about how they are stepping up to help feed their communities. For more on these women-run businesses, visit Eat Offbeat, Food to Eat, and Little Spoon.
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