I see Shroomlight and Crimson Trapdoors. That means you're in 1.16. Village mechanics changed in 1.14 so villagers now use work stations. If you want a villager to share crops, you need to craft a composter and place it within a few blocks. Then it'll turn into a farmer villager and will share.
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"If several villagers are next to an item, the same one picks up the item every time. Consequently, in constrained space (test with 1x1x2), the same villager picks up any item dropped. This behavior prevents villagers from sharing food in a one-block space."
Under "Picking up items." about 1/6 of the way down the page.
So, you could either make a breeder where they have more space to move around or you could try throwing them more than 8 stacks of food.
A villager has 8 inventory slots so if you fill up all 8 of the "dominant" villager's slots there should, I presume, be some food left for the other villager.
Now that I know what to look for I can see it happening.
The potatoes I threw them keep going in a loop, up to the right from the left villager, through the right villager, downwards, then back to the left through the right villager then back up towards the left villager.