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Addressing the problem of food waste 

There are 925 million hungry people in the world, including one of six Americans. Yet the largest contributor to landfills is food. Durham author Jonathan Bloom, who wrote American Wasteland, estimates that approximately $100 billion to $160 billion is spent each year…

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