Starbucks starts donating unsold food

Starbucks starts donating unsold food

AN estimated 15 million children live in households where access to an adequate amount of nutritious food is limited. They're among the nearly 50 million Americans who are struggling to avoid hunger today.

At the same time, however, an estimated 70 billion lb. of food goes to waste each year in the U.S.

Teva Sakima, now a shift supervisor of a Starbucks store, remembers the look of heartbreak on her parents' faces as they st

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