K-State Celebrates World Food Day
Kansas State University reminds us all of the societal need for research and education on food origin and prevention of food loss. October 16th marks World Food Day, a global movement to end hunger and malnutrition established by United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Although the highest statistic of malnutrition comes from developing countries, K-State highlights something closer to home with over 49 million people in the United States battling hunger. The Green Revolution helped to improve and increase production in the world’s food and agriculture system but there is much more work to be done with a growing population.