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Há 23 milhões de miseráveis no Brasil – pessoas com renda insuficiente para prover 75% das suas necessidades calóricas. Nesse mesmo país, 39.000 toneladas de comida em condições de ser aproveitada vão para o lixo todo santo dia em mercados, feiras, fábricas, restaurantes, quitandas, açougues, fazendas. O número leva em conta dados de vários setores – agricultura, indústria, varejo e serviços. São 39 000 toneladas de iogurtes perto do vencimento, tomates manchados, pães amanhecidos, carne esquecida no congelador e milhares de itens que, por algum motivo estético, acabam nas latas de lixo – e, nesse cálculo, a Super levou em conta apenas aquilo que poderia ser aproveitado facilmente, sem grandes mudanças no processo de produção ou de distribuição. É suficiente para dar café, almoço e jantar diariamente a 19 milhões de pessoas. Imaginem o que não são disperdiçados no mundo?

Até quando? Pensem!

There are 23 million poor in Brazil - people with incomes insufficient to 75% of their calorie needs. In the same country, 39,000 tons of food in a position to be seized go to the garbage every single day in markets, fairs, factories, restaurants, grocery, BARS, farms. The number takes into account data from various sectors - agriculture, industry, retail and services. 39 000 tonnes are near the salary of yogurt, tomato spotted, breads dawn, meat forgotten in the freezer and thousands of items that, for some reason aesthetic, end up in the garbage cans - and that calculation, the Super took into account only what could be used easily without major changes in the production or distribution. It is enough to make coffee, lunch and dinner daily to 19 million people. Imagine what disperdiçados are not in the world?

Until when? Think!

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  • Thanks for sharing a translation of this slideshow, Joao. I know of a chain of bakeries that discard their food three days before their expiry date to maintain their standard for freshness. The shop owners are not allowed to give away the food either as they may be seen as not selling well.
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  • Siempre vemos estas fotos ya sea en revistas o tv, pero no hacemos nada al respecto, siempre esperando que los gobiernos se encarguen de ellos, es una dura realidad de la que todos somos participes.
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  • There are 23 million poor in Brazil - people with incomes insufficient to 75% of their calorie needs. In the same country, 39,000 tons of food in a position to be seized go to the garbage every single day in markets, fairs, factories, restaurants, grocery, BARS, farms. The number takes into account data from various sectors - agriculture, industry, retail and services. 39 000 tonnes are near the salary of yogurt, tomato spotted, breads dawn, meat forgotten in the freezer and thousands of items that, for some reason aesthetic, end up in the garbage cans - and that calculation, the Super took into account only what could be used easily without major changes in the production or distribution. It is enough to make coffee, lunch and dinner daily to 19 million people. Imagine what disperdiçados are not in the world?



    Until when? Think!
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  • Gracias, Joao! Es duro y muy triste ver esta realidad. gaby
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  • E A REALIDADE INFELIZMENTE.....TERRIVEL MAS SAO OS FACTOS....OBRIGADO POR COMPARTILHAR ESTE SLIDE
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  1. 32. O mundo produz diariamente comida em quantidade suficiente para alimentar toda a população do planeta, no entanto a fome mata uma pessoa a cada 3,5 segundos no mundo por não ter acesso a ela. Segundo o Relatório Mundial Sobre a Fome 2006 da ONU, estima-se que existam hoje 854 milhões de pessoas subnutridas no mundo. O documento revela que 300 milhões de crianças passam fome no mundo e 25 mil pessoas morrem por dia de má nutrição ou doenças associadas ao problema. The world produces daily food in sufficient quantity to feed the entire population of the planet, but the hunger kills a person every 3.5 seconds in the world by not having access to it. According to the World Report on the 2006 UN Hunger, it is estimated that today there are 854 million undernourished people in the world. The document shows that 300 million children are starving in the world and 25 thousand people die each day from malnutrition or diseases associated with the problem

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