Let’s End Hunger

I consider most wasted food to be a lost opportunity to curb hunger. As a result, that should provide motivation to trim the former to chip away at the latter. Now.

In light of the holiday season, SNAP cuts going into effect and the movement for fair wages for fast food workers, it’s high time we consider the State of Hunger in the U.S. And Bread for the World just released their 2014 Hunger Report to do just that.

The report lists our inconceivable hunger numbers–the most recent ones, still from 2012–such as the 49 million food insecure Americans. Yet, it also proposes solutions. And not a moment too soon. Here are four solid steps we can take:

 

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