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The effect of this, according to the founder, Chef Elijah Amoo Addo is that the venerable in society go hungry.
He indicated that, uneaten food ends up rotting in landfills, as the single largest component of Ghana’s solid waste.
As the world marks World Food Day, Chef Amoo Addo underscored the need for integrated approaches from public-private partnerships with the goal of launching a cross-sectoral alliance and establishing concrete commitments to reduce food loss and waste throughout the food supply chain.
He and a team of volunteers often go to schools, communities and orphanages to cook meals for the vulnerable with donated food.
With the supplies it has sourced, Food for All Ghana is able to feed three different wards, with patients clearly enjoying their meals.
Chef Amoo Addo noted that food is a resource like gold and effort must be made for everyone to have at least a square meal a day.
“Government should create an enabling environment for businesses through the National Food Encouragement Policy” he stressed.