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        Identifying gaps in the food security safety net: the characteristics and availability of summer nutrition programmes in California, USA – CORRIGENDUM
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doi: 10.1017/S1368980018004135, Published online by Cambridge University Press, 18 February 2019

Original text and correction:

Due to the USDA government shutdown, USDA collaborators were not available to check the proofs for this manuscript and some minor amendments are required.

ORIGINAL TEXT (page 1, Abstract)

Conclusions: While many communities have SNP available, much more work is needed to increase the availability of these programmes to reduce summer food insecurity for children, particularly in rural communities.

CORRECTION

Conclusions: While many communities have SNP available, gaps in the availability of these programmes to reduce summer food insecurity for children exist, particularly in rural communities.

ORIGINAL TEXT (page 8, Discussion)

However, it appears likely that additional efforts are needed at the end of summer break.

CORRECTION

However, the meal availability in August remains lower than during the rest of the summer.

ORIGINAL TEXT (page 13, Discussion)

Innovative solutions are needed for transportation barriers; the USDA’s Summer Meals Toolkit includes information about a variety of transportation approaches, with examples from sites that have used them, such as mobile meals, call-to-ride services, bus passes and community partnerships(53).

CORRECTION

Many continue to face transportation barriers; the USDA’s Summer Meals Toolkit includes information about a variety of transportation approaches, with examples from sites that have used them, such as mobile meals, call-to-ride services, bus passes and community partnerships(53).

ORIGINAL TEXT (page 13, Discussion)

Because SNP can alleviate summer food insecurity for families in rural areas(20), continued allocation of federal and state resources to these programmes is well warranted.

CORRECTION

SNP can alleviate summer food insecurity for families in rural areas(20). Our research finds gaps in the availability of these meals, particularly in rural areas.

Reference

Turner, L., O’Reilly, N., Ralston, K., & Guthrie, J.F. (2018) Identifying gaps in the food security safety net: the characteristics and availability of summer nutrition programmes in California, USA. Public Health Nutrition, 1–15. doi: 10.1017/S1368980018004135