Opinion: Millions more Americans will go hungry if Congress doesn’t act soon

AFP via Getty ImagesEd Jones/AFP/Getty ImagesStaff and volunteers at the Hungry Monk food pantry prepare and distribute fruit and vegetables to local residents at their church in Queens Opinion by Levar Stoney and John Giles for CNN Business Perspectives Families across America are precariously perched on the edge of a hunger cliff. With inflation on the rise and supply chain backlogs, more families have been turning to food banks, forcing programs nationwide to ration supplies and cut services. And now the war in Ukraine is leading to more food shortages and driving up prices even further.