We’ve All Experienced Our Food Rotting. But What If We Could Reverse It?Michael Harrell
Everyday, 30,000 people around the world die of hunger. Everyday, enough food to feed them is thrown away, rotten and useless. It’s a daily tragedy that becomes an easy statistic and the crux of World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine campaign. Enter Kavita Shukla. At age 12, while visiting a her grandmother in rural India. When Kavita’s American immune system couldn’t handle the local tap water, her grandmother’s herbal spiced tea saved her from severe illness. That started a passion, and a revolution.