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World Food Distribution and Hunger Problem It is ironic that the world food supply has continued to increase over the years FAO 1986 that in the next century a global food supply will be enough to meet food demand and yet hunger and famine continue to stalk a large section of human kind World food distribution is not equal and whereas there is overproduction in the Western World to a point where surpluses have to be destroyed Ndiritu 1 Read this statement and think about it for a while what does it tell you As you read on I will try to explain to you why the food distribution throughout the world is not equal and how it increase hunger throughout the world There are countries that are making more food than the people consume this mainly happens in the core countries There are other countries that are making food that are way below than what an average person consumes this mainly happens in the poor countries This problem involves everybody in the world not just the poverty and hunger stricken people Another reason for the inequality of the worlds food distribution is the people are not being properly or not even being educated agriculturally Location plays a big part in food distribution for example if a group of people live far out in a hot humid climate the food will most likely be spoiled when it arrives Us humans waste a lot of food without thinking about it A lot of people do not think much of quantity when they prepare their food They will prepare a too much and end up throwing it away We throw away a lot of food without thinking about it When a person goes to restaurant they order a big portion of food and they dont finish it and they end up throwing it away instead of having it bagged up to take along There are plenty
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