There is an organization in Mumbai, India, which gathers uneaten cooked wedding and event food and makes it available within an hour to the homeless and hungry. Through a network of 4,000 dabbawallas (translated as “the ones with boxes”) the city is crisscrossed with pushcarts and lunch boxes. This distribution force is volunteer and incredibly efficient. Research is underway to see if such a program may be expanded.

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