Monday, 30 November 2015

Feeding Forward: Using tech to help feed the hungry

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Feeding Forward: Using tech to help feed the hungry

Feeding Forward, a food waste management platform, shows how mobile, the cloud, and real-time technologies can revolutionize the fight against hunger.

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