For one brilliant Indian restauranteur, however, the solution to global hunger starts at home. Minu Pauline, owner of Pappadavada restaurant in the city of Kochi, had a simple idea: to install a fridge outside Pappadavada for her patrons to store their leftovers and for the city’s impoverished to take from as they please. Shocked into action by the sight of a hungry woman rummaging through trash for food late at night, Pauline decided to create a 24/7 resource for the poor and the hungry.
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