This report evaluates food insecurity in New Jersey and proposes actionable recommendations to eliminate hunger across the state. Produced with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the aim of this statewide assessment of New Jersey’s existing food access and hunger landscape is to inform state and local policymakers, state agency leaders, community and nonprofit groups, philanthropic organizations, leaders in the private sector, and community members about which policies, systems changes, cross-sector outreach, and programmatic initiatives, if implemented in the coming years, would result in the most significant gains in food security.