When his local food pantry began cutting back on its allotments, Jimmy Escobar got moving.
The unemployed Bronx man now bicycles to other food pantries and soup kitchens around the city. He recently stopped at the Yorkville Common Pantry in Manhattan, where director Daniel Reyes said supplies are down while the number of families seeking food is up.
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