Hope’s Harvest promotes equality with food

EXCESS FOOD: Eva Agudelo launched Hope’s Harvest Rhode Island in February, a nonprofit that works with farms and food-service organizations to identify excess food and transport it to organizations that serve it to those in need.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
EXCESS FOOD: Eva Agudelo launched Hope’s Harvest Rhode Island in February, a nonprofit that works with farms and food-service organizations to identify excess food and transport it to organizations that serve it to those in need.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Eva Agudelo’s childhood was one marked by food ­insecurity. “There were times [my mother] would skip meals, so I had enough money to eat. That’s a really hard thing to experience as a kid,” she said. Now, at 36, Agudelo works to promote gleaning – identifying food that otherwise goes to waste and putting it…

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