The number of homeless people who use fast food has skyrocketed in the last year, according to a new report from the Food Lion Weekly ad campaign.
The ad campaign, launched last summer, shows people being fed by fast food employees who are using their time to feed others.
Fast food is a big part of a national problem that the National Alliance to End Homelessness calls the “food desert.”
The food is often cheap, plentiful and fast.
But people who are struggling can’t afford to buy it.
Last year, the number of people who were homeless increased by 30 percent nationwide, according the National Coalition for the Homeless.
The Coalition said this has increased by 20 percent since the first homeless count was conducted in January of 2016.
According to a report released last month by the National Conference of State Legislatures, fast food businesses are helping to fuel the rise of homelessness in America, with the most-addressed states having the highest numbers of people living in shelters.
In North Carolina, for example, nearly 50 percent of the state’s homeless population is at-risk, according data from the Center for American Progress.
That means that a full quarter of homeless families live in shelters or in a transitional housing program, according research from the American Enterprise Institute.
Food Lion Weekly’s fast food campaign is also being used by the White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to highlight the food industry’s role in supporting the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
The White House launched a website called Fast Food for All in June, and President Trump is slated to visit the country later this month.
While there have been several successful campaigns that have sought to highlight what fast food companies are doing to help the homeless, this one has been a bit more controversial.
The fast food industry has been trying to push back against the campaign, calling it a “political ploy” and saying it’s not in the best interest of their business.
It’s been a very expensive campaign, especially with the coronaviral pandemic, which has been dragging on for years.
They’ve said, ‘We’re not doing this because we’re a political entity, we’re doing this to make a political statement, and we’re trying to help people.’
The ads have been very effective, said Gary Johnson, who served as governor of New Mexico in 2010 and 2014.
But fast food advocates say the ads are misleading, and they’re trying very hard to counter them with their own.
The National Coalition to End Homelessness, a coalition of organizations that represent the nation’s homeless, says the ads will give people the false impression that fast food is “safe” for people who have mental illness or substance abuse problems, and that it doesn’t provide the same help for people with HIV or other conditions.
“These ads are simply designed to undermine the effectiveness of Fast Food For All’s campaigns, as well as the long-term effectiveness of these campaigns, and undermine the credibility of Fast food advocacy and the people who advocate for it,” the group said in a statement.
This isn’t the first time fast food food has been used to advocate for homeless people.
Last year, President Trump ordered a $200 million ad buy that highlighted how fast food chains are “rewarding and providing for people at the bottom of society.”
The White House says it’s “not interested in taking sides on issues of the day” in advertising, but the ads highlight how the fast food sector has “a significant impact” on the nation.
For now, the White Trump campaign has mostly been airing the ads in the Northeast and Midwest states, which have the highest percentage of people experiencing homelessness.