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  • 'Food porn' could feed the homeless
  • 'Food porn' could feed the homeless
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'Food porn' could feed the homeless

According to Feedie, 65% of Americans eat out once a week, and millions of those people post pictures of their meals to social media. Instagram alone houses more than 20 million pictures tagged #foodporn. But what if posting these pictures could help those less fortunate?

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