Residents of the San Joaquin Valley town of Pixley pick out fresh fruits and vegetables during a food distribution by FoodLink of Tulare.
Food Banks have become a primary source of nutrition for many families in the Central Valley. The region ranks among the highest in the nation when it comes to hunger, as well as diseases linked to poor nutrition such as diabetes and obesity. In the second installment in our series, ?Hunger in the Valley of Plenty,? we explore how food banks grapple with tough choices about what they offer. Reporter: Sasha Khokha