Esther Bower reports on the Salvation Army's message to the public: forget the supermarket and swing by the food bank for all your grocery needs

SPOKANE, Wash. — The Salvation Army warehouse is bursting with food they’re eager to get into the hands of families. With rising prices, they want to ease the burden and pressure on keeping families fed.

Inflation jumped at its fastest pace in nearly 40 years, according to new BLS data. This means families are having to stretch their resources even more to make ends meet. Over the holidays, people were extremely generous, and the organization has tons of food they want families to know about.