As consumers, it can be easy to forget all the hard work, time, people, and even science that goes into producing our food. All we need to do to put food on our family’s table is go to the grocery store, farmer’s market, or order it online for delivery. When it’s that easy, it’s no wonder we often overlook what’s going on behind the scenes.
Information from CHS Big Sky
It’s an easy misconception to fall victim to: that hunger and starvation are problems solely in third world or developing countries. But in the United States alone, more than 50 million people struggle with hunger. Twelve million of those people are children — that means 1 in 6 children in the U.S. faces hunger. Let that sink in.
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