‘Seeing containers of product being thrown away and knowing that there are people in communities that are hungry just doesn’t make sense,’ said Ben Roberts, Hungry Harvest’s operations and procurement manager. ‘People actually have to pay money to throw product away, let’s give that to people who need it.’
‘Seeing containers of product being thrown away and knowing that there are people in communities that are hungry just doesn’t make sense,’ said Ben Roberts, Hungry Harvest’s operations and procurement manager. ‘People actually have to pay money to throw product away, let’s give that to people who need it.’ JANETTE VAZQUEZ For the Miami Herald
‘Seeing containers of product being thrown away and knowing that there are people in communities that are hungry just doesn’t make sense,’ said Ben Roberts, Hungry Harvest’s operations and procurement manager. ‘People actually have to pay money to throw product away, let’s give that to people who need it.’ JANETTE VAZQUEZ For the Miami Herald

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