hunger solutions

"Diets will have to change."
Technology will cure hunger, say people who create technology. In his “silicon gospel” (as it’s described by the Los Angeles
In an editorial, Canada's Globe and Mail said the Frankenburger could become "a cheap supply of protein that could help reduce
Hunger among the elderly is not a new phenomenon. Unlike other diseases that afflict a person or a group of people, hunger seeks no magical potion that has yet to be invented in a laboratory. The solutions to this disease are out there.
Gleaning. The word may not be immediately recognizable to many, and that’s probably because it hasn’t been a practice of