At Forgotten Harvest, which arranges food across southeast Michigan for pantries and churches, lines are longer today than before the start of the pandemic.

“Our agencies are reporting at our regular pantries of 50 a percent or more increase,” said Chris Ivey, director of marketing and communications for Forgotten Harvest.

With the pandemic underway, Forgotten Harvest has opened 17 mobile “super sites” once a week at locations in Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties that serve 650 to 750 families in drive-through lines once a week at each location, in additon to up to 250 regular food pantries.

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