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Yesenia Ortiz works at a grocery store in Greensboro, N.C. She says she wishes she would get paid more during the pandemic because of the extra level of risk to which she is exposed. Sarah Gonzalez/NPR hide caption

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Questlove has written two cookbooks, and pre-pandemic, was a frequent potluck host. Michael Baca hide caption

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'Food Is Social Adhesive,' So Questlove Is Hosting A Virtual Potluck

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People load their vehicles with boxes of food at a Los Angeles Regional Food Bank earlier this month in Los Angeles. Food banks across the United States are seeing numbers and people they have never seen before amid unprecedented unemployment from the COVID-19 outbreak. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Food Banks Get The Love, But SNAP Does More To Fight Hunger

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French chef Guy Savoy poses with a face mask in the kitchen of one of his restaurants, in the Monnaie de Paris building, on Tuesday. Christophe Archambault/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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3-Star Michelin Chef Guy Savoy Has Begun Offering Takeout In Paris

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Bartolomé Perez of Los Angeles has cooked at McDonald's for 30 years. He helped stage a walkout at his restaurant in April after a coworker tested positive for COVID-19. Courtesy of the Fight for $15 and a Union hide caption

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A farmer leads dairy cows from the pasture to the milking barn at a creamery in Gallipolis, Ohio. The USDA launched a $3 billion plan to distribute food to families, called the Farmers to Family Food Box Program. Matthew Hatcher/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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USDA Secretary Says Despite Plant Closures, He Does Not Anticipate Food Shortages

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The Restaurant From The Future

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Famed Restaurant Uniquely Solves Social Distancing Issue

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