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  • 1. BREAD HERO TEAM PRESENTS
  • 2. The value of bread
  • 3. What is the value of bread today?
  • 4. Hovis Medium Sliced Soft White Bread (400g) Tesco price: 72p (around 1$)
  • 5. The £21 loaf of bread (The telegraph, 2010/06/09)
  • 6. That‟s it? $1 to $30?
  • 7. What is the real value of bread? And how to make most of it?
  • 8. Let‟s dive in and find out!
  • 9. Let‟s go back in timeWhat was the value of bread in the past?
  • 10. “panem et circenses” Juvenal, Roman poet
  • 11. In ancient Rome, panem etcircences (bread and circuses)was a key creating approval of the masses.
  • 12. So give them this and …
  • 13. …some bread and they will vote for you…
  • 14. Huge value, right!
  • 15. Religions also often use(d) bread as a symbol to transfer their message.
  • 16. To sum that up: empires andreligions are partly build on bread!
  • 17. So now, what to do now?!
  • 18. A loaf of breadcan save lives.
  • 19. How-to-guide
  • 20. Idea number 1
  • 21. Buy one, Donate oneDonate the price of the bread you bought, we are sure you feelbetter and also add value for your bread!
  • 22. Every time you eat a bread, just think of giving one to another person. It might save lives!
  • 23. Idea number 2
  • 24. A Gift of Breads for Little Buddies
  • 25. Xmas „Food‟ Tree for Little Garden Friends
  • 26. *Mouldy breads can poison and kill your little friends.Well-treat Recipe: Breads + peanut butter + birdseeds. Sharing is Caring 
  • 27. Idea number 3
  • 28. SHARE−IT FOWARD BREAD−IT FOWARD
  • 29. STARTING WITH OUR LOAF OF BREAD…
  • 30. Split it into three
  • 31. Each one will have a diffent value…One for YOU One for someone One for someone else who can do who NEEDS it the same
  • 32. The one for youVALUE:• Satisfying your need for food• Satisfaction on contributing in giving to someone in need
  • 33. The one for someone in need• VALUE: –Satisfying their MOST importat need: survivor
  • 34. The one for someone who can do the same…• VALUE: – Oportunity to participate ina jBREADit foward – Satisfaction on helping others in need
  • 35. Idea number 4
  • 36. A LOAF OF BREADSo Basic, So Plain! So Alone!
  • 37. Now let‟s add ants.
  • 38. Right, ants!
  • 39. This adds a lot of value for the
  • 40. Also is a free biology class for your kids!
  • 41. Ludi incipiant, let the games begin
  • 42. Which team will win the Ants Bread Olympics? You might film it and go viral on the internet with it…
  • 43. •This has been done with gourds, etc. But take a loaf of bread, seal it withpolyurethane, paint it and sell it as an art object? Money going to help thepoor and needy. The common object can become an art piece.•Create a movement called "BREAD HEADS", create doll-like characterscarved out of bread and sealed (if that can be done) with something andcreate an army of "BREAD HEADS". Bringing monetary value and creative.•Create an interactive map of videos showing native breads all over theworld, especially because bread is something that all people from thebeginning of creating bread shared together. The video could show how thebread is made, how people use it, eat it. The value is that people can seedifferent people all over the world sharing something in common.
  • 44. Add your own touch and creativity!
  • 45. Thanks for watching Uyen, Frederic, Vinod, Maria, Richard
  • 46. Special thanks to• Title page http://www.flickr.com/photos/84104729@N00/2335747189/• Divers http://www.flickr.com/photos/40143737@N02/3914666764/• Colloseum http://www.flickr.com/photos/21366409@N00/3668923101/• Bread http://www.flickr.com/photos/9190858@N06/2337441318/• The empire wants you http://www.flickr.com/photos/43322231@N07/4003590489/• Save lives http://www.flickr.com/photos/46676910@N00/3255174135/• Bread http://www.flickr.com/photos/24257141@N05/3944121136/• Xmas „Food‟ Tree for Little Garden Friends http://virginianaturals.wordpress.com/tag/feeding-birds/ http://eatingthenibblybibs.blogspot.com.au/2011/12/gift-for-birds.html http://www.preschoolplaybook.com/2009/01/stale-bread-bird-feeder.html http://smilemonsters.blogspot.com.au/2011/05/birds-love-stale-bread.html http://pinterest.com/pin/287597126175610440/• Sharing bread http://langwitches.org/blog/2008/12/20/baking-bread-intgrating-technology/ http://media.au.timeout.com/contentFiles/image/syd-features/large-bread.jpg• Bread http://www.friendsat4thandq.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Color-bread.jpg• Teamwork http://phoenixobsidian.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/team+work.jpg• Ants 1 http://www.flickr.com/photos/22406241@N00/127707517/• Ants 2 http://www.flickr.com/photos/51952142@N00/335974623/