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It was highlighted that the original article  contained an error in the Results section, subheading Descriptive statistics/ Frequency of food Bank use in the previous 3 months in the last sentence of the first paragraph. The sentence erroneously read “ … compared to 50.5% in wave 2, 42.4% in wave 3, and 27.440.6% in wave 4.” Instead of “ … compared to 50.5% in wave 2, 42.4% in wave 3, and 40.6% in wave 4”. The original article has been updated.
Rizvi, A., Wasfi, R., Enns, A., & Kristjansson, E. (2021, December 1). Correction to: The impact of novel and traditional food bank approaches on food insecurity: a longitudinal study in Ottawa, Canada (BMC Public Health, (2021), 21, 1, (771), 10.1186/s12889-021-10841-6). BMC Public Health. BioMed Central Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-021-10981-9