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James Reston was a syndicated columnist for The New York Times for more that thirty years. In his final column for the newspaper, he wrote, “In America, we have learned something about how to deal with adversity since the Great Depression, but not much about how to deal with prosperity. We are very rich, but we are not having a very good time. We are producing so much food that we don’t know what to do with the garbage, while half of the human race goes to bed hungry every night.”


Reston’s words become more haunting when you consider that the US wastes 20 percent of its food. An estimated $31 billion a year in food is thrown away or destroyed because of surplus. A serious examination of our life-styles as well as our giving is needed.

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