Over the past month, we have seen unprecedented devastation caused by multiple hurricanes hitting the US, starting with SouthEast Texas followed in rapid succession by Florida and most recently Puerto Rico. Food relief is of course one of the most important services provided during a natural disaster, and it always seems to me to be an area that receives little attention in terms of what this actually looks like. It is as challenging an undertaking as it is vital. Host Jenna Liut speaks with Brian Greene, CEO of the Houston Food Bank, an organization that has been at the center of relief efforts in the southeastern area of Texas for more than a month. about how food gets to the people who need it the most as well as what happens when the cameras go away and the long road to recovery begins. Joining her to discuss is Brian Greene, CEO of the Houston Food Bank, an organization that has been at the center of relief efforts in the southeastern area of Texas for more than a month.

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