Tuesday, August 11, 2009

What do we need to get the Food Network Project going?

The Food Network System has one goal - to make sure that EVERYONE gets good food.

How do we do that?

1. "Guaranteed Fresh Food!" Certification - We make sure that restaurants never "recycle" their unsold food products. We will have collectors at the end of every day to collect all the unsold food from each participating restaurant.

Collectors have to make sure that they have collected ALL unsold food from the restaurant. They have to check possible areas of storage for unsold food that isn't surrendered. Participating restaurants will receive a special certification indicating that they serve "Guaranteed Fresh Food!".

2. "Sanitation Guaranteed!" Level Certification - We can easily test for the sanitation level of a restaurant by checking the unsold food for bacteria, spoilage, rotting, etc. If their unsold food by the end of the day is dirty, then so is their restaurant. However, if the unsold food is germ-free, then one can easily conclude that the same is true with their restaurant. After all, the restaurant would normally care so little for the handling of unsold food products, and if even those are clean, then how much more those that are sold before the day was even over.

Participating restaurants are given a certification for their level of sanitation. This would encourage restaurants to aim for the highest level of sanitation, as a higher level of certification would definitely boost their PR.

3. "Food for the Hungry" - Now, what do we do with all the unsold food that we have collected? These food products are still edible and, most likely, clean (thank you to the sanitary practices motivated by the "Sanitation Guaranteed Certification"). What do we do with the clean and edible food? Well, of course, we give it away to the hungry, and yet cannot afford to buy. These are EXTRA food. So let's feed some hungry people.

Feeding poor and hungry people, could help them get their mind off the next meal. This could help them focus more on studying (for students), looking for a job (for the unemployed), and even making a business plan (for the entrepreneur at heart). The bottom line is, people who are not hungry are less inclined to steal, kill, or get angry. People who are hungry have more difficulty concentrating, working, and getting things done. So, let's feed some hungry people, and let's make our world a better place.

So by the end of the day, we made sure that restaurant eaters always get good food. Thanks to the "Guaranteed Fresh Food" and "Sanitation Guaranteed" Certifications. And we also made sure that poor and hungry people get to eat good food too. Thanks to the "Food for the Hungry" set-up.

So by the end of the day, the Food Network has made sure that EVERYONE gets good food.

This is what we need to get this project going.

Thank you and Enjoy!

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