April Garr cleans apples after returning from the store. She and her husband Brian Garr, left, used food stamps to supplement their income in 2010 after Brian lost his job as a mechanical engineer in Rancho Cordova after his employer moved operations to Southern California.
April Garr cleans apples after returning from the store. She and her husband Brian Garr, left, used food stamps to supplement their income in 2010 after Brian lost his job as a mechanical engineer in Rancho Cordova after his employer moved operations to Southern California. Andy Alfaro aalfaro@sacbee.com
April Garr cleans apples after returning from the store. She and her husband Brian Garr, left, used food stamps to supplement their income in 2010 after Brian lost his job as a mechanical engineer in Rancho Cordova after his employer moved operations to Southern California. Andy Alfaro aalfaro@sacbee.com
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Despite high poverty, Californians’ food aid use is low

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