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Pittsburgh food bank CEO tells CNN demand has increased five-fold

bizjournals Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank CEO Lisa Scales added to the running tally of increasing economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic emergency in an appearance on CNN with Anderson Cooper on Tuesday afternoon. After images of miles-long lines of cars waiting to get to the food bank's facility in the Mon Valley community of Duquesne began appearing on national media, Scales spoke to Cooper about the growing level of need her organization is facing as more people are out of work due to the…
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News video: Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank Distributes 1,700 Meals

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Two lines of cars stretch back nearly a mile as people wait for the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank to start distributing meals; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports

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