Two million pounds is going to be invested in sustaining food banks across Wales in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the First Minister has said.
Giving evidence to the Senedd's External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee, Mr Drakeford said "We're going to be putting £2m of [EU funds] into sustaining food banks in Wales because of the impact that we think a No-Deal Brexit will have on family incomes and people's ability to manage."
A spokesperson from The Trussell Trust said they are concerned that any form of Brexit "risks increasing the cost of food and essentials, and therefore increasing the need for food banks."
They said they are giving Brexit guidance to food banks - but there is a limit to how much they can prepare for and mitigate its consequences.
The First Minister, who appeared alongside officials to answer questions about preparations for Brexit, also voiced concerns about how Wales would make up for any loss in the current £700m of EU funds it receives.