The tragedy of our food system

Updated: Jul 18

The tragedy of our food system is that we grow more than enough to feed everyone. The problem is the logistical challenge of distribution is gigantic. Food is grown thousands of miles from where it is eaten and touches many hands on the way to the consumer -- the farm laborers, transports, processors, distributors, retailers, chefs, and end users. When you factor in getting to people in need, there are additional steps to take, particularly for people without transportation or reliable housing. Too often, it just doesn’t happen.

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