Why are we throwing away food that can feed thousands!
02/09/2014 - 17:00
by Ace Emerson
FOCUS: Since the earliest living thing breathed for the very first time billions of years ago, it required food. Food fuels the human body just as gasoline fuels our cars, without which the human...
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