Grandmother Diane, from Coventry, uses the Trussell Trust's food banks to help feed her large family. She told ITV News she makes pies and casseroles with the food given to her by the charity so it goes further and lasts longer.
Her granddaughter, four-year-old Rachel, can't hide her excitement when she talks about the food deliveries from the charity - but she also can't hide how hungry she gets at times.
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