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‘Closing the gap’ to overcome food insecurity

Fruit and vegetable basket surrounded by clover

Food insecurity, or living without a reliable access to a sufficient amount of nutritious food, is still a problem for many Indigenous Australians. 

But a coalition of Australian health organisations is looking to change this.

Launched today in Canberra, their policy statement is looking to improve the availability, accessibility and affordability of healthy food to Indigenous communities. 

Reporter Tara Cosoleto takes a closer look. 

 

Photo credit: SBS

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