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Bill Jacob unloads cases of food from a semi truck for Feeding America's food distribution on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020, at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay, Wis. The nonprofit organization has been feeding 500-700 households each time they have food drop-offs in Green Bay.Buy Photo

Bill Jacob unloads cases of food from a semi truck for Feeding America’s food distribution on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020, at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay, Wis. The nonprofit organization has been feeding 500-700 households each time they have food drop-offs in Green Bay. (Photo: Ebony Cox/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)

GREEN BAY – By 9:30 a.m. on Wednesdays at the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Green Bay campus, you’ll see about 200 cars lined up ready to pick up food.

The line stretches far and splits into multiple lanes. Community members pick up boxes of food from semitrucks organized by Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin and Valley Cooperative Association, a Greenville-based food distribution business.

“It looks like Disney World,” said Patti Habeck, CEO and president of Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. “We use a big parking lot and we set up cones, and then we snake through the cones