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Re-Food / food project

Re-Food
Re-Food

Buy fresh vegetables and fruits that cannot be exported at bargain prices. In the Kenyan slums, convert private houses into processing plants, provide local job opportunities, use food resources, and extend food deadlines. Wages are mainly processed food. The poor people in the processing plant purchase, so that the poor people are no longer hungry, and at the same time avoid the food being decomposed by microorganisms in an anaerobic environment, thereby generating biogas harm to the environment and food waste.

University

Lunghwa University

Lunghwa University
of Science and Technology
Taoyuan, Taiwan

YU-HSUAN CHEN,
Lunghwa University

CHING-FENG LU,
Lunghwa University