Intercepted Food Waste Feeds the Hungry

Established in 2013, The Real Junk Food Project is a network of cafes that diverts food waste and uses it to create delicious, healthy meals on a pay-as-you-feel model. Every day volunteers go out to intercept surplus food from supermarkets, food banks, allotments, wholesalers—wherever it can be found—and deliver it straight to those who need it.

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The Agridome: A Prototype for Food Production in the North

Food insecurity in northern communities is a familiar theme in Canadian news reports. A combination of low income, high food prices, and changes in traditional food production and food economies are resulting in hunger and poor nutrition. Yukon College is aiming to make a change with a dome that allows for year-round food production in any climate.

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“Free Rice” Uses Trivia Games to Feed the Hungry

  This article celebrates World Food Day, 16 October, 2014.   World Food Day has been officially recognized by the United Nations every year since it was first conceived in 1945. It’s meant to celebrate and recognize the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) branch of the UN, which works towards ending world hunger. While the officially recognized day draws much …

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