The latest numbers on Kentucky's hunger problem aren't good.
A new study from the non-profit 'Feeding America' says 750,000 people throughout the state don't know where their next meal will come from.
It also shows that the average cost of a meal in Kentucky is $2.41.
That's below the national average of $2.67.
So what would it take to make sure families are well fed?
The report includes the annual food budget shortfall in Kentucky, meaning the amount of additional money that food-insecure individuals in the state say they would need to put enough food on the table for an adequate diet.
The study says in Kentucky, the total number is $122,187,456.Click here
for specific details on hunger in Kentucky counties.