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Zero Hunger by Mind Map: Zero Hunger

1. This is photo of unfair rice trade in Ghana

1.1. Rice is a symbol of life and fertility which is why rice is thrown at weddings.

1.2. Rice is one of the oldest foods ever to be used. Above, is a graph of Timor Leste's rice trade amount.

2. research shows that

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4. Potato(Arhaan)

4.1. The word potato comes from the Spanish word patata.

4.2. China is the leading producer of potatoes

4.3. Potato plants are usually pollinated by insects such as bumblebees.

4.4. Potatoes was the first vegetable grown on the moon.

4.5. Potatoes are the world’s fourth food staple – after wheat, corn and rice.

4.6. white potato belongs to the same group as tomatoes, tobacco, chile pepper, eggplant and the petunia.

4.7. Keeping potatoes in the dark for too much time can make them poisonous.

4.8. There are 72 calories in 100 grams of potato

5. RICCCEEEEEEEEE

6. Rice(Ashwin)

6.1. Brown rice is more healthy than white rice

6.1.1. It lowers blood cholesterol levels

6.1.2. Brown rice contains many antioxidents

6.1.3. Brown rice can lower the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

6.1.4. White rice can decrease blood antioxidents

6.1.5. Brown rice is not processed while white rice is.

6.2. There are over 40,000 varieties of rice

6.3. Rice is the 3rd most widely produced food after maize and sugar cane.

6.4. People living below the poverty line usually only get to eat rice and beans so they do not get essential nutrients.

6.5. Most of the rice that is produced is produced in Asia

6.6. Lots of rice is wasted every year when it could go to those who don't have anything to eat.

6.6.1. Kids with nothing to eat

6.6.2. People should do something about the poverty and hunger in the world

7. Rice (Riva)

7.1. Many people in poverty get only a few grains of rice. But rich people get too much rice sometimes and end up throwing it away. Which could lead to hunger.

7.1.1. This picture proves my statement that people in poverty get very little amounts of food such as rice.