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Syracuse mayor tests city’s ‘9-cents-a-day’ diet to feed the poor, kickstarting the ‘Syracuse diet’

Tue May 10 , 2022
As the spring of 1932 commenced, the Great Depression had Syracuse in its grips. An estimated 25,000 to 30,000 people, making up more than 6,000 families, were struggling to put their next meal on the table. (To give perspective to the size of the problem faced by the city and […]