Uganda’s food waste warrior aims to help farmers – BBC News
Uganda’s food waste warrior aims to help farmers – BBC News Hey man, how do you think you’re going to accomplish this? This is about Ariana. First prototype deep is the drain chamber where we dehydrate or a product from you, have lost quite a lot of people to Medical Weight Loss. How to do a lot of farming and agriculture? What is the problem with agricultural cause? You telling me you wanted to leave coming and do something like building things like you know. The main problem is when we store our product Store Oroville, because we don’t have any starting in like he’s having it. When I see these questions people doing that next time, when I get you, I don’t see anything like grapefruit, Android vegetable round, record, this., Andrea, we’re wasting a lot of our income. Then we were so really poor because dancing children at school, because there was no money. When you check this to Morgan, the market will get Tai Pan receiving Mungo like this one will get 1000 appoint Uganda products elsewhere. That is a real issue that we need to change. By doing that I’ll be the happiest man on Earth. I would have saved every day. Young Ugandan engineer Lawrence Okettayot believes he has a solution for the world’s food waste crisis.
His ‘Sparky Dryer’ is powered by garden waste and dries fresh food in just a few hours – making it last up to two years. The amount of food wasted every year in Africa could feed 300 million people.
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