Those veggies camping out in the back of your fridge may just help end world hunger. A group of international students are making food powder from expired produce in hopes to help fight hunger around the world. The company, FoPo Food Powder, collects cheap and expired produce and dries it into a powder, according to Mashable. The food powder claims a shelf life of two years. The powder retains between 30 and 80 percent of its nutrition. The company plans to establish “the minimum viable product” and then sell FoPo to major distributors before selling to NGOs at a lower production price.
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