World Food Day: Top Chef's Hugh Acheson, a Girl Named Molly... and You
By Kristi York Wooten, Huffington Post

Posted on Huffington Post on October 16, 2012.

World Food Day was established in 1980 to bring public awareness to global hunger and strengthen solidarity in the struggle against malnutrition and poverty. Today, World Food Day is commemorated around the world in various ways, including here in the U.S. at the World Food Prize ceremony in Iowa, which each year honors significant contributions in agriculture.

But you don't have to be a scientist, farmer, or charity CEO to make a difference in food security, sustainability and hunger reduction. Below are three examples of ways you can make a difference on October 16, World Food Day:  Full Article

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commented 2013-10-17 16:51:12 -0400 · Flag
A big mention on http://www.guidewhiz.com that yesterday was World Food Day. Make it personal by not forgetting that 12 year old girl from Nairobi Kenya who lived in the slums as she captivated the hearts across the world one year ago!
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