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On the other hand however, global food wastage is also at a all time high. Nearly 253 pounds of food is wasted every year by an average person globally. In advanced or developed economies, this number can be even higher. The level of global food wastage only seeks to highlight the problem of food shortages. Hand in hand, these two issues also weigh heavily on rising food prices.
What are the factors behind the current food crisis and what can be done to resolve the conflict between food shortage and food wastage?
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