The manager of a food bank warehouse in Slough has dismissed Government claims more people are using them because of better marketing, telling Daybreak they only help "people who are desperate".
Sue Sibany-King said they only provided emergency food supplies to those who were referred to them with a voucher.
"We do have so many measures to make sure people can't just come in without a voucher. We have got over 100 referring agencies in this area. People can go to them and they are all assessed by those agencies, then they are given a voucher."
Head of the charity which runs most of UK's foodbanks says there needs to be a plan to help low income families share in economic recovery.
News the Trussell Trust is feeding three times more people than it did last year has thrust it once again onto the political centre stage.