MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — More Minnesota residents will lack access to sufficient food in the coming months in wake of a disrupted economy amid the coronavirus pandemic. Projections released Wednesday by Second Harvest Heartland and consulting firm McKinsey & Co. show that food assistance needs will peak in September to 735,000 residents who are “food insecure.” The Star Tribune reports that the number reflects 13% of the state’s population and 130,000 more people than after the Great Recession. There has been an increase of first-timers at Minnesota’s 350 food shelves. Many have seen double or triple the number of visitors than usual since March.