The war on waste
While children starve, billions of tonnes of food are thrown away each year. David Burrows explores what’s being done about itAround 811 million people are undernourished, with approximately 45% of deaths among children under five years old linked to under-nutrition. And yet 2.5 billion tonnes of food go uneaten every year.
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