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Author Topic: Is it true the world actually produces enough food to feed everyone?  (Read 709 times)

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While we stuffing our faces over Christmas the question of unequal distribution and rampantly unequal consumption of food came up.

My friend the ex-journalist and part-time tree hugging Zen aspirant said that the world actually produces more than enough food to feed everyone.

It is not that I don't believe him...But is it actually true?
"I live in hope"