Duncan/Channon WHY PSA Shows Skyrocketed Food Prices for Hunger

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Oct 11, 2009 • References: & adgabber
This Duncan/Channon WHY PSA for the World Hunger Year charity in New York City raises awareness of the unfortunate statistic that for 36 million Americans, food is simply too expensive. The WHY PSA takes the viewer through the supermarket, a vending machine and just outside a family restaurant. In each scene, the food displayed is outrageously expensive—we’re talking $53.49 per pound for chuck steak.

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