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Food Waste and Hunger in the News (August 11, 2017)

Updated: Aug 16, 2019

Food Waste and Hunger in the News

  1. San Francisco turns food waste into nutrient-rich and profitable compost. It’s a complicated process that hinges on residents, businesses and tourists all buying in. So far, most have. That’s led to a monumental reduction in garbage sent to landfills. http://bit.ly/2uf1GxC

  2. If IBM’s Watson could beat “Jeopardy” champion Ken Jennings, can the same artificial intelligence also be used to combat food waste? http://bit.ly/2uNLOO1

  3. Researchers from Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business will explore solutions to food waste through two unique research projects funded by nearly $1 million from the USDA’s Agriculture and Food Research Initiative. http://bit.ly/2uG3FIr

  4. Why is hunger a problem in Arizona and what are the action steps needed to ensure food security for all Arizonans? http://bit.ly/2uxKf7C

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