Our Fundamental Right to Eat Well: Food Waste, Food Aid and Real Solutions

Going through the motions of stocking up on food, Covid-19 has reminded us that resorting to conserves & canned foods is always a possibility when crisis comes knocking. However, for 43.6 million Europeans facing food insecurity today, the bleak reality of conserves & canned food is an everyday reality….

Yoneko Nurtantio, author of “Zero Waste” & “Just keep it” dares to ask a fundamental question: is eating healthy a privilege or a human right?

Indeed, there is no thriving society or economy without a healthy & thriving population. Are food banks in Europe providing sustainable & nutritional options?

To read more, click on the link below.

https://accidentaleuropean.com/our-fundamental-right-to-eat-well/

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