feeding Tampa Bay USF Students Empower The Impoverished Through Food Sovereignty By Alysia Cruz • 4 hours ago According to Feeding Tampa Bay, over 700,000 people in the region are food insecure, which means they don’t have access to affordable, nutritious food. Some believe that food sovereignty is the answer. Feeding Tampa Bay Says Food Insecurity Is A Year-Round Issue By Delaney Brown • Nov 26, 2019 Food insecurity is a problem for many in the Tampa Bay area all year long. While many see Thanksgiving and the holidays as a time to help others, Feeding Tampa Bay President and CEO Thomas Mantz says it's important to carry that spirit of service all 365 days of the year. Feeding Tampa Bay Ends Contract With Manatee Food Bank By Julio Ochoa • Jun 21, 2018 Google Maps Listen Listening... / 0:59 Feeding Tampa Bay is changing the way it distributes food in Manatee County and will end its contract with The Food Bank of Manatee next month. Feeding Tampa Bay To Expand Food Deliveries In Polk County By Julio Ochoa • Jan 2, 2018 Google Maps The Agape Food Bank in Winter Haven shut its doors at the end of December. But some charities believe the change may actually benefit those in need of food assistance in Polk County. USF Teams With Feeding TB To Study 'Food Insecurity' By Mark Schreiner • Jun 14, 2016 Listen Listening... / WUSF News "University Beat" report on the new "Hunger Action Alliance." It’s a problem that affects 700,000 people in the ten-county Tampa Bay area: food insecurity. Thomas Mantz, the Executive Director of the group Feeding Tampa Bay says food insecurity is when people like you and me don’t have consistent access to food due to a lack of money or other resources.