Fewer Mistakes are Food Bank's Misfortune

About half a million pounds of goods are missing from the food bank's shelves after a drop in  big company donations.  Fewer food company mistakes are the food bank's misfortune.  The bank's executive director says the agency is no longer benefiting as much from food company leftovers.

"They're not overproducing like they used to. They're not making the mistakes in their labeling and things like they used to," says Janie Singleton.

She says with the drop, the food bank ran out of corn and green beans this year.  Singleton points out it's the first time the food bank had to pay to replace those goods. But the shortage is still trickling down to kitchens the food bank helps supply.