This is a tough thesis given that we've noticed so many locals getting FATTER during COVID thanks to a limit on public and outdoor activities.
However, as we admire hottie Jordan during her more 'healthy' days, this report warns about the impact to the most vital part of the food chain . . .
"Studies suggest that existing disparities widened when the public health crisis upended the structures put in place to help."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
During the COVID-19 pandemic, rates of food insecurity rose in the Kansas City area.