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SA Harvest: fighting hunger and food waste one meal at a time

SA Harvest started out small in 2019, with a single truck in a single city and only three employees, recalls Regional Manager Ali Conn. He adds that the organisation was formed in direct response to many issues that plague not only South Africa’s food system, but global systems worldwide.

“About 10 million tons of food go to waste in South Africa each year,” says Conn. “At the same time, we have millions of South Africans on the verge of starvation and even more who are food-insecure.”

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