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This essay sheds light on utmost the solution for how to end world hunger forever without increasing arable land supplies nor vertical farming facilities, and also elucidates how the earth can easily feed over 700 billion humans being. Moreover, what causes world hunger in the digital era is delineated in this essay.

The solution for permanently ending world hunger forever is simpler today than anytime in history, even without increasing vertical farm facilities nor arable land supplies. While building more vertical farm facilities and increasing arable land supplies can indeed help assuage the brunt of world hunger issues, it is not panacea for ending world hunger in perpetuity. 80-90 percent of all food products are relegated to a dumpster due to becoming sullied, oxidized, and spoiled. Since food products innately succumb to having an infinitesimal shelf life, this ultimately culminates in a preponderance of all food products being preordained to be pitched and relegated to a dumpster before they are ever consumed. Part of the issue of food wastage lies in the fact that food products bear lofty prices in spite of having ephemeral shelf lives. If regulations, such as compliance costs and regulatory costs, did not exist then there would be significantly less food wastage since the markup for food products would not be as lofty, especially if the agricultural supply chain member could operate more efficaciously with significantly reduced costs of good sold on the food products.

To the dismay of the customer, income is something that not everyone always has readily available to relinquish for food. Even if the price of produce were reduced by 80 percent you still cannot earn a sale from customers who are broke, impoverished, and destitute if they lack disposable income.

The utmost efficacious way to end world hunger entails simply planting fruit trees everywhere. If this were rendered permissible then everyone would have free access to produce and could even embrace raw fruitarianism.

Fruit bearing trees can be planted in as many locations viably possible. The irony of life is that you can find non-fruit bearing trees dispersed throughout the cities in lieu of fruit bearing trees even though world hunger issues still egregiously persist. Agriculture can be automated since fruit bearing trees can yield fruits without any human interference. Fruit trees that can bear fruit in less than a couple years encompass peach trees, apple trees, raspberry trees, strawberry trees, blueberry trees, passion trees, apricot trees, fig trees, and mulberry trees. Since people will yearn for more calorie dense fruits to preempt grazing all day to maintain a healthy weight, more durian trees, coconut trees, olive trees, and avocado trees can be planted in as many areas as viably possible. These fruit bearing trees can be available to the public at anytime cost-free on everyone’s end since these divine fruit trees can bear fruit on their own without human interference once the seeds have been planted, just as they have been able to do so for past centuries.

Having fruit bearing trees planted everywhere would raise the standard of living and substantially decrease the cost of living with the availability of free produce. This solution would provide the planet which such profuse abundance that it would unequivocally quintessential panacea for eliminating world hunger. Unfortunately, the solution would likely never be rendered permissible since the regimes and regulatory agencies would likely be discontent with fruit bearing trees being planted in as many so called public areas as viably possible.

Fruit bearing trees can attract insects, birds, and small mammals which may be one of the primary reasons that certain entities would be opposed to fruit trees being profusely planted in as many cities as viably possible. Certain people also detest the aromas of fruit bearing trees even though they smell aromatic and ineffably pleasant to most.

©2019 Dr. Harrison Sachs (P)2019 Dr. Harrison Sachs

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Crap

That was not well written or narrated a waste of my time and yours. And where is this guys doctorate from?