“Households are already at the financial breaking point and, unfortunately, low-income families are more often the real victims of supply chain disruptions and blockages. In difficult times for the country, government and businesses urgently need to come together to find creative solutions for keeping prices in check to manage a growing hunger crisis,” the organisation said.
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