#1 2017-10-25 09:37:23

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Some public schools in Brazilís biggest city will begin augmenting meals for children with pellets made of reprocessed food items that were close to expiration.

The pellets, which resemble large popcorn, are made of dehydrated leftovers. Some are mixed into other foods, like cakes, while others can be eaten directly.

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#2 2017-10-25 11:03:39

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Some public schools in Brazilís biggest city will begin augmenting meals for children with pellets made of reprocessed food items that were close to expiration.

These sound like FEMA MREs.

I watched a freighter ship out of Lima bound for Santiago with earthquake relief in 1960. Peru's contribution was perishable but nourishing food but most of the hold was US CARE packages of Baby Ruth candy bars. Nothing else. I was five and sorry to see it leave.

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