118 must-follow Twitter feeds for food activists
- Jonathan Bloom (@WastedFood) Bloom is the author of “American Wasteland,” an insightful book about food waste in America. His blog Wasted Food is another medium for his interest in food waste, and his Twitter feed is a source of plentiful information.
- Zero Hunger Challenge (@zerohunger) The U.N. Zero Hunger Challenge is working toward a world where all people enjoy the right to food, and environmentally sustainable food systems flourish. Its Twitter feed is filled with stories and research reports related to that goal.
- The Hunger Project (@HungerProject) Since 1977, The Hunger Project has worked to empower men and women in the developing world to end hunger and poverty through sustainable, grassroots solutions. The Twitter feed provides “up-to-date tweets on issues that matter.”
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