It’s a strange thing to write about World Food Day, since it seems like most of the world tries to eat on a daily basis, though not everyone succeeds. But I honestly never wondered about the fact that we can, technically, feed everyone. Here’s what I mean:
“In honor of World Food Day on October 16, Rewire Me is spotlighting the work of amazing nonprofit organizations that are currently leading the fight against poverty and food waste in the United States. It’s an interesting and alarming fact that 15% of the population living in one of the most advanced nations on the planet—ours—still struggles with food insecurity. And yet, impressively, this same nation throws away around 30% of its available food supply, annually. Considering that 1 in 7 struggle with hunger in the US, the paradox is truly staggering.” To continue reading, click here.
Written by: Liz Belilovskaya Campese
Copyright: Rewire Me