World's second largest carbon emissions are a result of food items that are dumped annually. Every year, 1/3 of the total food produced each year are being thrown away. Once, we come up with a mechenism to solve this problem, we not only contribute towrds feeding the world but also contribute towards reducing carbon emissions thus, adding up to make a better world.
Our challenge: There is sufficient capacity in the world to produce enough food to feed everyone adequately; nevertheless, in spite of progress made over the last two decades, 793 million people still suffer from chronic hunger.
Micronutrient deficiencies, or “hidden hunger,” affect over two billion people worldwide, impeding human and socio-economic development and contributing to the vicious cycle of malnutrition and underdevelopment. At the same time, people with surplus don't mind throwing enough edible items away and that's where we step in..
What you can't eat, might be a decent balanced diet for someone in need. Sharing something that is now of no use to you might help a soul replenish what he could'nt acquire on his own: a healthy meal.
Throwing away approximately 1/3rd of of food produce is giving birth to a another problem of famished children and youth in most parts of the country as well as the world. Sharing the leftover might be a perfect solution by relocating food from where there is surplus to where there is scarcity.