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Food Insecurity

Food Bank Safety

Food Insecurity,Food Safety | August 18, 2018

One in five households with children in the United States faces food insecurity; that’s more than 17 million households. Programs like SNAP and EBT provide something of a safety net. But they do not cover all families, and not all… read more

Cockroaches – The New Super Food?

Food Policy,Food Safety | July 26, 2018

Cockroaches are well-known to be absolutely disgusting. You see them in only the nastiest of places like dumpsters and porta-johns, but scientists are currently attempting to change our perception of these widely disliked insects. Would you ever think of eating… read more

GMO Rice May Be A Solution to World Hunger

Food Insecurity | July 21, 2018

Wondering of there are perks to Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)? You would be surprised to learn that some researchers are using them to try to find a solution to world hunger and food insecurity – using a multi-continental, cross-cultural food… read more

Amazon’s Solution to Food Deserts

Food Insecurity,Food Policy,Food Safety | July 16, 2018

Don’t be fooled: it’s not food desserts; the following is information on food deserts. (I know…I myself would have enjoyed reading about all things gooey and absolutely delicious). But this whole topic deserves attention, and underscores the food insecurity problem… read more

The Bread Brew – Turning Leftovers into Beer

Food Policy,Food Safety | July 7, 2018

Food waste is a BIG problem, especially in a world where so many are struggling with food insecurity. In fact, over $160 billion worth of produce alone is wasted each year in the United States. Want more stats? According to… read more

Kids Are Still Hungry When School is Out

Food Insecurity | July 1, 2018

Programs that provide free meals for children during the summer months when school has let out are popping up all across the United States. And for good reason, too! These often carry over from programs that provide meals for children… read more

Food Insecurity Worldwide: We Are the World (Part 3)

Food Insecurity,Food Policy | June 9, 2018

“Nothing exalts the soul or gives it a sheer sense of buoyancy and victory so much as being used to change the lives of other people”. E. Stanley Jones, Victorious Living Food Insecurity worldwide is a problem. The solution. We… read more

Food Insecurity: How Do We Feed the World? (Part 2)

Food Insecurity,Food Policy | June 8, 2018

Feed the World. According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization: “For the third year in a row, there has been a rise in world hunger. The absolute number of undernourished people, i.e. those facing chronic food deprivation, has increased… read more

Food Insecurity Doesn’t Just Mean Hunger: Part One: How Do We Feed the World: An Overview

Food Insecurity | June 7, 2018

I’ve written on this topic of food insecurity before, but it continually amazes and even startles me out of my complacency when I read the related statistics. It is a problem that is not going away anytime soon, and sadly,… read more

What’s Being Done to Combat Food Waste: Two Tales

Food Insecurity | April 12, 2018

Food waste is a travesty in the industrialized world. Approximately a third of the food produced for human consumption in the world each and every year gets wasted. This amounts to about 1.3 billion tons of wasted food. This translates… read more